FTC cracking down on “cramming” charges on cell phone bills

The Federal Trade Commission is acting against companies “cramming” consumers’ cellular phone bills with repetitive charges for unwanted services.

According to a local ABC News report, the FTC has announced it is recovering more than $52 million from companies which have secretly charged consumers through their cell phone bills for services like enhanced text messaging, video streaming, identity protection, and other things regulators and consumers alike believe are scams. Continue reading FTC cracking down on “cramming” charges on cell phone bills