• Report: #489320
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United Voice Messaging, ILD Teleservices, The Billing Resource

  • Submitted: Thu, September 03, 2009
  • Updated: Tue, September 08, 2009

  • Reported By: Luis Valencia — Peachtree City Georgia USA
United Voice Messaging, ILD Teleservices, The Billing Resource
Peachtree City, Georgia United States of America

United Voice Messaging - ILD Teleservices - The Billing Resource These scam companies have charge my phone bill for $13.22 since 2006 for services not requested. They used to change names. 1-888-296-8079, 1-800-433-4518, 1-800-775-4589. Scam nationwide thru ATT. ILD, United Voice Messaging, The Billing Resource Scam thru ATT Peachtree City, Georgia

* : Ways to protect yourself from being crammed

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Since 2006 , my ATT monthly phone bill have been charged with a $13.22 for services non requested from ILD Teleservices(1-800-433-4518), United Voice Messaging (1-800-775-4589) and/or The Billing Resource (1-888-296-8079).

After contacting ATT and these weird companies I did not received a clear answer about those charges and I noticed that they are changing names and phone numbers frequently.

I have found that these companies are commiting fraud and scaming millions of americans thru phone bills and ATT is allowing this cam.

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Ways to protect yourself from being crammed

AUTHOR: Ild-Customer Service - (U.S.A.)

Hi Luis,
ILD recently posted an article on what you can do to protect yourself against cramming.   Heres a summary, but you can read more on our blog at http://www.ildteleservicesblog.com .  
Like any bill, its important to closely review your phone bill each and every month because whether its your phone bill, credit card statement, electric or cable, sometimes charges end up on your bill that you should question.   Your phone bill should be treated like any other purchase you make, so take a few minutes each month and closely review all of the charges, just like you do with your bank statement and credit card statements.
Heres some great advice, courtesy of the FCC, on how to protect yourself and save money.   
  Ask yourself the following questions as you review your telephone bill:
1)           Do I recognize the names of all the companies listed on my bill?
2)           What services were provided by the listed companies?
3)           Does my bill include charges for calls I did not place and services I did not authorize?
4)           Are the rates and line items consistent with the rates and line items that the company quoted to me?
For more tips on how to protect yourself, visit our website http://www.ildteleservices.com    and click through to our blog.  
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