This covers a topic about which I wrote earlier this week, but is expanded and completely revised, and includes actions that you can take if you find yourself in this situation. I know that this will not be as well received as the installment last week, but this is an important topic, (although not a popular one), and is part of our culture at present. I am talking about telephone billing scams, often called cramming, and they are common.
This incident is from personal experience, and recent at that. Cramming is the addition of charges on one’s residential or wireless telephone bills that were not authorized by the owner of the account, or the addition of charges that were unwittingly authorized by the owner of the account. In my case, it was the former, twice.