Class action objector Ted Frank has opposed the $1.4 billion settlement over the Equifax data breach, claiming the deal unfairly compensates some customers over others and awards excessive fees to plaintiffs’ attorneys.

In a Tuesday objection filed in court, Frank, director of the Center for Class Action Fairness at the Hamilton Lincoln Law Institute, a nonprofit in Washington D.C., said that the deal fails to differentiate the potential 147 million class members from each other based on statutory damages available under various state data breach laws.