Sprint agreed to pay $68 million to resolve charges that focused on cramming, which is the practice of billing customers for services, such as horoscopes and flirting tips, that they hadn’t ordered.
Sprint agreed to pay $68 million to resolve charges that focused on cramming, which is the practice of billing customers for services, such as horoscopes and flirting tips, that they hadn’t ordered. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Sprint agreed to pay $68 million to resolve charges that focused on cramming, which is the practice of billing customers for services, such as horoscopes and flirting tips, that they hadn’t ordered. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

Federal judge puts Sprint’s $68 million cramming settlement on hold

May 19, 2015 07:09 PM