Did Cingular Wireless or AT&T Mobility Bill You For Unauthorized Mobile Phone Charges?
A team of class action lawyers has launched an investigation into the billing practices of certain cell phone carriers, including Cingular Wireless, now known as AT&T Mobility, in order to determine whether Cingular and/or AT&T Mobility has been improperly charging and billing cell phone customers for third party mobile content services (i.e., ringtones, premium text messaging services, ring tones, joke a day programs, wallpaper, screensavers, etc.) that were allegedly never ordered by Cingular and/or AT&T Mobility customers.
Potential violations of existing laws include the failure to make required disclosures about cell phone charges and "cramming," i.e., charging for products and services never expressly authorized by Cingular and/or AT&T Mobility cell phone users.
If you have received unauthorized charges on your Cingular and/or AT&T Mobility cell phone bill you may be entitled to recover money.
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