Mobile Messaging Cos. To Settle Text Cramming Suit

Law360, New York (March 4, 2014, 2:54 PM EST) -- A group of mobile messaging companies has agreed to pay up to $100 per text message to settle a proposed class action alleging they “crammed” customers' cell phones by charging them for monthly content services without authorization, according to a filing Monday in Nebraska federal court.

M-Qube Inc., Mobile Messenger Americas Inc. and CF Enterprises Pty. Ltd., companies that facilitate payment transactions between third-party companies and consumers and wireless carriers, said they would pay up to $3 million to settle Telephone Consumer Protection Act claims and...
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