I have Boost, which is an MVNO with Sprint as its underlying network. I don’t think I have been subject to any scams, although there were a couple of SMS messages which I didn’t want, but that’s about it.
“The remainder goes to state governments that participated in the settlement negotiations and to the US Treasury.”
A needed result for consumers getting money back, but how much then goes to the govt and US Treasury, and what the hell FOR?
I get that some govt expenses need to be paid for the litigation, administration, etc. Expenses that are surely plenty “crammed,” like military toilet seat expenses.
But beyond that, I’m just dying to know how the states and Treasury made sure they profited off this, and to the tune of how much money, and where it REALLY goes. Any chance the govt gets to benefit, they sure as heck do; seems like a biased conflict of interest in too many instances.
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