Murray & Murray Wins in the Appellate Court, Again, on a Class Action Against Sprint

June 25, 2012

The Sixth District Court of Appeals has ruled-for a second time-that a class of individuals may proceed with litigation against Sprint for allowing "cramming" on its customer's local telephone bills. "Cramming" is the practice of placing unauthorized charges on a customer's local telephone account. "Crammers" take advantage of the fact that providers of local telephone service, such as Sprint, have opened their billing to third parties who can have their charges placed on the telephone bill. Murray & Murray represents a class of Sprint customers who are victims of crammers placing unauthorized charges on their local telephone accounts. The case is entitled Stammco, LLC v. United Telephone Co. of Ohio, Case No. 05CV000150.

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