Montana’s attorney general has joined with his counterparts in 39 other states and territories to demand the Federal Trade Commission do something about mobile cramming. Cramming, you might recall, is the practice of adding third-party charges — often unauthorized — onto a person’s phone bill. People who discover the charges on their bills rarely get… Continue reading Montana AG demands FTC action to stop mobile phone cramming
The Montana Attorney General’s office has released a new service that allows Montanans to file a complaint against a business and search for existing complaints online.
Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock announced today that a settlement has been reached in a lawsuit against bankrupt movie rental chains Movie Gallery and Hollywood Video.
Online classifieds site Craigslist has dropped its Adult Services listings in the United States, apparently in response to pressure from attorneys general across the country, who sent the company a long letter Aug. 24. Montana’s attorney general, Steve Bullock, signed that letter, along with 19 other attorneys general from across the country. In a statement… Continue reading Craigslist removes ‘adult services’ category