AT&T gets $105 million wake-up call about mobile cramming

This is interesting,  my husband received a bill from ATT Mobility. The bills total was 1,572.00. He refused to pay it . Now it is on his credit report. There was no phone number listed and AT&T didn’t know anything about it. How can they reconcile themselves with customers who now have bad credit  because of cramming???

AT&T played stupid to this scam when we contacted them. They had to be receiving a percentage of the money  The crammer ATT Mobility received from billing customers claiming bogus charges or as a collection agency named ATT.

Federal Trade Commission - Business Center Blog Update

AT&T gets $105 million wake-up call about mobile cramming

By Lesley Fair
We’re not saying it’s the most important phone message since “Mr. Watson, come here. I want to see you.” But the FTC hopes a $105 million settlement with AT&T Mobility stemming from unauthorized charges on consumers’ mobile phone bills will motivate industry members to listen up.

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