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Feds get closer look at fake mobile bill charges

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WASHINGTON (AP) — When a mysterious, unauthorized fee appears on your cellphone bill, it's called "cramming" and consumer advocates and regulators worry it's emerging as a significant problem as people increasingly ditch their landlines for wireless phones. The cramming fee is bogus and usually small, under $10 a month. It might be listed on your bill as a "premium service" or other...

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