How to stop unnecessary fees on your phone bills.
Unnecessary fees could be raising the cost of your landline
phone, cell phone, and data costs. Stop these unnecessary
fees/costs with the following steps:
* Take a look at your phone bill(s), can you explain why you
are being charged each of those charges? If you can't, best
you do as "Cramming" is back.
* Cramming is the tacking of unrequested service fees on
your phone bill. It has been a problem for land-line phones
for years. It appears now to be a problem with cell phones.
* Cell phone customers are finding themselves enrolled in
unrequested service fees, without their consent, often in the
$9 range (ref. 4/8/2012 NYTimes "To Stop Cramming Don't Let It Start").
These fees are being generated by Short Message Services (SMS),
unsolicited, by default your enlisted/opted-in, i.e. you must opt-out.
* If you find yourself a victim of Cramming, stop it by
requesting your carrier place a block on future Short
Message Services (SMS).
* If you have been a victim of Cramming or any other
unnecessary fees don't hesitate to demand a refund for the
months you have been charged.
Power down your costs through scrutinizing your bills
for unjustified fees.
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Lare & Associates LLC
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