FCC: Criminals target TRS for fraud

The Federal Communications Commission has warned that telecommunications relay services used to help hearing-impaired and speech-impaired people make telephone calls have witnessed an increase in fraudulent calling. In some cases, people are posing as impaired customers and using the TRS to help them order merchandise from stores that they pay for with stolen credit card numbers.

For more:
- see this report in The Baltimore Sun

Related articles:
- Verizon Communications recently sold its TRS division to GoAmerica 

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