FTC Providing Over $88 Million in Refunds to AT&T Customers

FTC Providing Over $88 Million in Refunds to AT&T Customers

The Federal Trade Commission is providing over $88 million in refunds to more than 2.7 million AT&T customers who had third-party charges added to their mobile bills without their consent, a tactic known as “mobile cramming.” The refunds to consumers relate to 2014 settlements with AT&T, and the companies behind two of the cramming schemes, Tatto and Acquini. […Read More]

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