If You Were Billed By Your Local or Residential Telephone Carrier For Third Party Services and Subscriptions You Never Authorized Or Ordered, Contact A Class Action Attorney!
A team of class action lawyers has launched an investigation into the billing practices of residential landline or wireline telephone carriers a/k/a local exchange carriers or LECs , third party billing aggregators and third party merchants regarding their charging and billing for third party products and services without express authorization of telephone subscribers and customers.
Certain telephone companies, third party billing intermediaries and third party vendors are being investigated for illegally "cramming" unauthorized charges for third party products and services (such as voicemail, Internet access, web hosting, premium information services such as weather, sports, spam protection, credit repair, email service, voice mail or caller-id services “billed on behalf of” third pary vendors, etc.) onto consumers' telephone bills, even though such consumers neither purchased the services nor authorized the charges.
If your local phone company (i.e., AT&T, Verizon, Embarq, Qwest, etc.) allowed a billing aggregator or billing clearinghouse (i.e., ESBI, Enhanced Services Billing, Inc., BSG Billing Services Group, Zero Plus Dialing, ZPDI, USBI, HBS Billing Services, Enabill, Bill2Phone, ILD Telecommunications, ILD Teleservices, Integretel, PaymentOne, The Billing Resource, etc.) to charge you through your local phone bill for products and services offered by third party service providers that you did not authorize or order, contact a class action lawyer.
If you were charged on your residential or local phone bill for third party billing services and subscriptions that you never authorized, you may be entitled to recover money.
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