Centurylink is a giant, scammy telco notorious for larding its customers’ bills with fraudulent charges, and instructing its customer service reps to do everything possible not to waive those charges; they also open fake accounts in their customers’ names, a la Wells Fargo, and then rack up charges against them.
Naturally, they’re gettingRead More
Katie Van Fleet has suffered 15 identity thefts since the Equifax breach and she believes the criminals who’ve targeted her are using information from the breach to open credit cards in her name; she’s started a class-action suit against Equifax.
Van Fleet said she has spent countless hours trying to restoreRead More
During the five weeks after hackers stole 143 million Americans’ data from Equifax, and while its execs were selling off their stock by the millions, the company sprang into action, producing an insecure site for checking whether your own data was breached that produces the same output no matter what name and SSN youRead More
AT&T, which has successfully lobbied state governments and the FCC to ban any broadband competition in the markets where it operates, says that its forced arbitration “agreements” aren’t really forced, because people in the markets it serves could just not use the internet.
The risable claim comes in response to a panel ofRead More