Sprint Will Pay $2.95 Million Penalty to Settle FTC Charges It Violated Fair Credit Reporting Act | Federal Trade Commission


Mobile service provider Sprint will pay $2.95 million in civil penalties to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that the company failed to give proper notice to consumers who were placed in a program for customers with lower credit scores and charged an extra monthly fee.

Source: Sprint Will Pay $2.95 Million Penalty to Settle FTC Charges It Violated Fair Credit Reporting Act | Federal Trade Commission

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