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July 24, 2012 / Admin

Have You Incurred Charges on Your Cell Phone Bill for Unauthorized Services?

In recent years, cellular telephone users have been increasingly subjected to a scheme known as “cramming,” which has been described by the Federal Trade Commission as “the placement of unauthorized charges on telephone bills.” Unscrupulous companies use a variety of methods to “cram” charges, such as deceptive promotions of free ringtones, game downloads, games, contests, jokes and sweepstakes bidding to entice consumers to provide their cell phone number so that monthly service fees may be charged to the consumer’s cellular phone bill.

If your cell phone bill has contained a charge for an unauthorized service, then please contact us to discuss your experience.



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