In an effort to help prevent Colorado’s three remaining sawmills from shutting down, the US Forest Service is offering to renegotiate timber sale contracts that were inked prior to the recession and the downturn in the housing market.
Take a close look at your phone bill you could be paying for services you don’t even use. And that has Congress renewing efforts to protect Colorado residents, and the rest of the country, from those mysterious charges.
It’s called telephone bill “cramming.” Third party companies slip bogus monthly charges onto your land line phone bill. The fees range from a few dollars to as much as $50.00 and hide in plain sight amid other legitimate charges.