Last week the Washington Post reported that the attorney general from the District of Columbia filed a suit against InPhonic at the D.C. Superior Court. InPhonic Inc., the parent company behind on-line distributors WireFly and FonCentral, sells wireless devices at a discounted price when consumers purchase the phone with a new carrier calling plan.
The suit came about after more than 2,200 complaints were filed against the company through the Better Business Bureau. The majority of the complaints were based on InPhonic's rebate practices and policies. Customer found the majority of the mail-in-rebates to be difficult or impossible to collect after purchasing a new cellular phone. With still no immediate comment from InPhonic, the Washington Post did quote a written statement from Greg Cole, InPhonic's senior vice president and corporate treasurer, that said the company believed it ?provided clear and sufficient information, advice and direction to our customers? and that ?anytime you?re dealing with millions of customers, as we are, there are going to be occasional concerns.?
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