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Time Warner Cable customers in Batavia and Stafford could be due for a refund.

As part of a settlement with the state attorney general, the cable giant has agreed to refund $2.2 million back to customers, some in Genesee County.

The refunds will be available in the form of credits and will include interest.

The settlement is the result of a dispute involving Time Warner charging customers amounts that exceeded the limits set by franchise agreements with the municipalities, tracing back to 2007.

Other towns affected by the refunds are Geneva, Lima, Livonia and Waterloo. The refunds run an average of $119 dollars, but individual credits will vary based on the cable package.

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