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Cramming Violations

CRAMMING
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10-08-2014 $105,000,000 Consent Decree with AT&T Mobility LLC   for "Cramming" Violations
07-16-2014 $1,300,000 Consent Decree with Assist 123, LLC   for "Cramming" Violations
07-15-2014 $1,600,000 Forfeiture proposed against Net One International, Inc.   for "Cramming" Violations
07-14-2014 $7,620,000 Forfeiture proposed against Optic Internet Protocol, Inc.   for "Cramming, Slamming" Violations
05-05-2014 $3,960,000 Forfeiture proposed against Central Telcom Long Distance, Inc.   for "Cramming, Slamming" violations
01-24-2014 $5,230,000 Forfeiture proposed against U.S. Telecom Long Distance, Inc.   for "Cramming, Slamming" violations
12-17-2013 $3,560,000 Forfeiture proposed against Consumer Telcom, Inc.   for "Cramming, Slamming" violations
05-09-2013 $7,600,000 Forfeiture proposed against Advantage Telecommunications Corp.   for "Cramming, Slamming" violations
11-30-2012 $1,680,000 forfeiture proposed against Telseven, LLC et al.   for "Cramming" violations
06-16-2011 $3,000,000 Forfeiture proposed against VoiceNet Telephone, LLC   for "Cramming" violations
06-16-2011 $3,000,000 Forfeiture proposed against Cheap2Dial Telephone, LLC   for "Cramming" violations
06-16-2011 $4,200,000 Forfeiture proposed against Main Street Telephone Company   for "Cramming" violations
06-16-2011 $1,500,000 Forfeiture proposed against Norristown Telephone Company, LLC   for "Cramming" violations

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