A law firm is investigating whether Jamster has failed to disclose information regarding the fees it charges to consumers who respond to its advertising for a "free ring tone". Jamster advertisements allegedly represented that consumers would receive a "free ring tone" if they "registered" on the Jamster website and or sent the company a text message with a special code. Jamster did not adequately disclose that by registering, consumers would either (1) be charged a monthly fee of $5.99, (2) a weekly fee of $1.99, and or (3) a $1.99 fee per text message sent by Jamster! for content such as Content Q&A, ring tones, and wallpaper.
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