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How to get your money back from AT&T for those sneaky charges

MEMPHIS, Tenn.  —  AT&T customers should have received communication from the carrier this week about how they can get a refund for unauthorized charges on their wireless bill. 344 more words


T-Mobile Agrees To Pay $112.5M To Settle FTC Mobile-Cramming Lawsuit

Rounding out a week punctuated by new accusations of mobile carriers overcharging consumers using a practice known as “bill-cramming,” one past lawsuit is being put to rest. 1,153 more words

T-Mobile to pay $90 million to refund unwanted mobile charges

T-Mobile agreed to refund its customers at least $90 million for placing unwanted third-party charges on phones, the Federal Trade Commission announced Friday.

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T-Mobile to pay $90 million in cramming case

T-Mobile has agreed to pay at least $90 million, including full customer refunds, to settle a mobile cramming case the Federal Trade Commission brought against it earlier this year. 335 more words


T-Mobile Settles Government "Cramming" Charges for $90 Million

T-Mobile settled a Federal Trade Commission lawsuit that accused the company of profiting from unauthorized charges placed on subscriber bills for $90 million, government officials announced Friday. 314 more words


Sprint Sued by Feds Over "Cramming" as FCC Readies $105 Million Fine

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau sued Sprint on Wednesday, alleging that for years the wireless carrier profited by allowing third parties to tack millions of dollars in unauthorized charges onto subscribers’ bills. 340 more words


Judge lifts federal control of Butterfly Labs but keeps a cautious eye

By: Cyrus Farivar

An embattled Bitcoin miner manufacturer is set to find out exactly how it will be able to retake its corporate reins after having been placed under federal receivership. 567 more words