ACM to crack down on misleading call forwarding services

Wednesday 27 March 2019 | 10:36 CET | News
Dutch regulator ACM announced plans to crack down on misleading call forwarding services. Ads claiming to offer a direct customer service number sometimes employ a forwarding service that can lead to high end-user charges, and the regulator wants this to be made more clear, after receiving numerous complaints from consumers. 

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Companies: ACM
Countries: Netherlands
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