Securus Technologies has begun to highlight some of Global Tel Link’s unethical billing of its customers. Securus provides technology and communication systems to criminal justice institutions, and Global Tel Link has also provided some of the same services. In a report by PR Newswire, Securus has just released a list of some of Global Tel Link’s mistreatment of customers by billing them incorrectly. The list was compiled and researched by the Louisiana Public Service Commission which had utilized Global Tel Link’s services in the past. Read story here: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/securus-corrects-inaccuracies-in-global-tel-links-gtl-press-release-300282563.html
Some of the practices that the report highlighted were the way that their phones were programmed to add 15 or 36 seconds to phone calls to overcharge customers. Global Tel Link (GTL) also charged a higher rate than what is lawfully allowed. They also inflated charges to their customers and billing them more than one time. The Louisiana Public Service (PSC) found that Louisiana taxpayers were overcharged over one million dollars.
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Securus says that this PSC report was dated from 1998, but that their bad business has continued since then. “Our customers need a higher level of integrity,” comments Securus about GTL. Securus plans on releasing more reports throughout the next six months about GTL and their unethical billing practices for their customers. Securus is an A+ BBB.org accredited organization.
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The stats paint the pretty canvas, just like her vivid colored palettes. Lime Crime creator and founder Doe Deere is enjoying the ride, because her independent makeup company based in L.A. has exceeded more than 2 million Instagram followers. For Doe Deere, that is music to her ears, because building Lime Crime from the bottom has been a lot of work.
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