$5.2 Million Fine Proposed By FCC for Deceptive Marketing Practices

The FCC has proposed a $5.23 million fine against U.S. Telecom Long Distance Inc. (USLTD) for allegedly changing consumers’ preferred long distance carriers without prior authorization and billing for unauthorized charges and failing to describe charges simply and clearly as required by federal law.

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FCC proposes $1 million fine for slamming

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has proposed a fine of more than a $1 million against a Florida-based telecommunications firm that allegedly changed the preferred long-distance telecommunicatio... Read More...