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Maid Service Owner Accused Of Overbilling Customers Who Wrote Bad Reviews

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The owner of two California maid service companies has been charged with double-billing customers who wrote negative online reviews.

Los Angeles city prosecutors filed seven counts of identity theft on Monday against Steve Yun. 108 more words


Doctor guilty of unnecessary heart procedures and overbilling insurance blames Obamacare

By Eric Heisig,

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Dr. Harry Persaud — FBI photo

CLEVELAND, Ohio — A Westlake cardiologist was sentenced Friday to 20 years in prison after being… 680 more words

Business Owner Overcharged Thousands By LADWP Finally Gets Resolution

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A deal has yet to be reached on settling the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s massive billing issue after the utility company admitted to overcharging thousands after rolling out a new computer billing system. 285 more words


Consumer Advocates Denounce Proposed Settlement With DWP On Overbilling

SANTA MONICA (CBSLA.com) – Consumer advocates held a news conference in Santa Monica Monday to urge the Mayor of Los Angeles and the city attorney to renegotiate the proposed settlement of a class-action lawsuit against the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power. 361 more words


Oklahoma: Claremore residents upset over power surges, electrical problems, and high bills

From Red Dirt News
By Tim Farley | October 19, 2015

City has highest electric bills in Oklahoma, meter critic says

CLAREMORE, Okla. — Smart Meters are… 766 more words

South Africa's overbilling problems: ‘Take your smart meters and shove ’em’

From Roodepoort Record
October 5, 2015

Residents petitioning City Power, looking at civil law suit over smart meters.

City Power might face a civil law suit as residents are sick and tired of so-called ‘smart’ meters, their defects and resulting billing issues. 580 more words

Doublespeak: Chicago Suburb Claims Smart Water Meters Don’t Overcharge. "They Misrecord.”

An extensive investigative report was published this week by the Chicago Tribune dealing with so-called ‘smart’ water meters.  The report deals primarily with accuracy and billing problems for the Chicago suburb of Tinley Park but also raises concerns as other utilities transition towards meters that measure and record quantities electronically. 845 more words

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