Definition Edit

Web-cramming is a form of cramming most often accomplished when criminals develop new web pages for small businesses and non-profit groups for little or no expense.

Overview Edit

While advertising their service as free, these criminals actually engage in unauthorized phone charges on their victim's accounts. The most common scam involves "rebate checks." These checks, when cashed, transfer the customer's Internet service provider, placing monthly service charges on their telephone bill. This is made possible because telecom companies provide the service of collecting bills for companies that perform a service over the telephone.

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