FTC’s Mobile Cramming Roundtable Agenda

On May 8th, consumer advocates, government officials, and industry representatives will meet for a roundtable discussion on mobile cramming hosted by the FTC.

Mobile cramming happens when a company charges your phone bill for a service, without you knowing.

For more information, visit the roundtable website and view the tentative agenda.

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thanks

I had service with cricket wireless and, I had a problem with check, wich to dispute because they charge me even with out service, but I can contact them is all automated,I entered on their web page and they have a link so you can email and when you press it is the same they give you the automated phone number... so I am dont want to live like that because they say that tomorrow , willl charge me again (with no service)

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