Verizon to Pay N.J. Toll

Spangler, Todd
December 2009
Multichannel News;12/14/2009, Vol. 30 Issue 46, p28
The article reports on the move of Verizon Communications Co. to pay 795,000 dollars for the settlement of the alleged deceptive marketing on its FiOS services in Trenton, New Jersey. It notes that the telecommunication company provided gift cards to the 1,160 consumers who complained to the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs. It mentions that Verizon committed civil penalties, reimbursement of lawyer's fees, and investigative costs.


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