After drug investigation finds bill cramming scheme, AT&T is punished
Getty / Aurich reader comments 12 Share this story AT&T has agreed to pay $7.75 million after a Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) investigation uncovered a cramming scam in which AT&T customers were billed $9 a month for a non-existent directory assistance service. When the DEA investigated two Cleveland-area companies for drug-related crimes and money...
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