FTC Accuses T-Mobile of Adding Fake Charges to Consumers' Bills
The Federal Trade Commission accused T-Mobile of adding unauthorized charges to customers' accounts amounting to "hundreds of millions of dollars" dating as far back as 2009. The carrier was supposedly placing third-party company charges that were hard to detect on consumers' bills without their knowledge. T-Mobile denies the accusations and even stopped billing for Premium SMS services last year opting for a program that provided refunds to consumers who felt they sustained unauthorized charges instead.
By Jordan Moses
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