Stop getting taken advantage of! Check your phone bill for cramming, fraudulent charges that could very well have been added to your account month after month. Learn everything you need to know about this scam and what you can do about it.
Both landline and mobile phone users may be the victim of cramming. (Photo by Graeme Paterson, Flickr)
Have you ever received your phone bill and thought, “Whoa! Why is this so high?” If you know that you didn’t call distant relatives in the home country or spend hours on the line with the Hollywood Psychics, you may likely be the victim of cramming. But what does that mean and what do you do about it? Here’s everything you need to know.
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