Riverside County sues Frontier Communications for alleged false advertising

Riverside County and federal prosecutors Wednesday, May 19, filed suit against internet service provider Frontier Communications for alleged false advertising and other civil violations stemming from the company’s failure to provide customers with high-speed service.The federal lawsuit, initiated by the Federal Trade Commission, was filed in U.S. District Court following a months-long investigation in California involving the FTC and the Riverside County DA’s Consumer Protection Unit.Los Angeles County has joined in the civil action, as well as the California Department of Justice and attorneys general in Arizona, Indiana, Michigan, North Carolina and Wisconsin.Riverside County prosecutors allege Frontier offered customers various digital subscriber line “tiers” guarant
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