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AT&T Prepaid Business Files 7th Lawsuit Against Cellphone Traffickers

AT&T and our prepaid subsidiary, Cricket Wireless, have brought another civil lawsuit against a business and an individual in Los Angeles suspected of participating in bulk trafficking of new prepaid cellphones, a practice that can be harmful and misleading to consumers. The lawsuit also alleges that defendants used boxes with counterfeit AT&T marks to sell used auctioned devices as new. 

 

The complaint was filed this month in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California against Mr. Wireless and its owner Jesse Bachsihan.

 

This is the 7th lawsuit in less than a month filed by AT&T to protect its customers and business from cellphone trafficking. More information about our current actions to fight cellphone trafficking in New York,  New Jersey and Florida can be found on the Cricket Wireless newsroom.