Cramming: An Emerging Telephone Billing Fraud: Congressional Hearing

Cramming: An Emerging Telephone Billing Fraud: Congressional Hearing

by Susan M. Collins
     
 

Hearing on the emerging problem of telephone cramming — unexplained charges on a consumers telephone bill for services that were never ordered, authorized, or received. Highlights the scope & nature of cramming, educates consumers about this practice, & determines what can & should be done to control this deceptive practice. Fraudulent companies rip off… See more details below

Overview

Hearing on the emerging problem of telephone cramming — unexplained charges on a consumers telephone bill for services that were never ordered, authorized, or received. Highlights the scope & nature of cramming, educates consumers about this practice, & determines what can & should be done to control this deceptive practice. Fraudulent companies rip off consumers by billing consumers through their local telephone bills for charges, many of which may have nothing to do with telephone service. A consumer must read their telephone bill carefully. Unauthorized charges, often for small amounts, may be paid routinely for months.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780788186882
Publisher:
DIANE Publishing Company
Publication date:
05/01/2000
Pages:
164

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