We-R-Games (http://www.wr-r-games.net) / Telephone Cramming scam
Spread the word, and spread it quickly. We-R-Games (http://www.we-r-games.net) is a classic telephone cramming scam.
By filling out form to claim a free (non existent)prize, you agree to let them charge $14.95 to your phone bill each month.
The scam part is that you can sign of ANYONE'S phone number! They do nothing to verify who submitted the number, but will automatically bill any number you give them.
Below is the email I got.
Thank you for joining We-R-Games where you will find hundreds of games, tournament play, etc.
Your new account has been activated. You have been assigned a temporary password. You can log
into your account on the We-R-Games site (http://www.wr-r-games.net) with your email address and
this password. There you will be able to change your password and other account information.
First, go to http://www.we-r-games.net. Then, log in using the following information:
Email Address: (REMOVED)
Once you have logged in, you can click on the Edit Account Information link, and then enter a new
We-R-Games charges will be billed at the rate of $14.95 per month, billed conveniently to your
local phone bill on the PaymentOne bill page on behalf of We-R-Games. You may cancel at any time
with no further obligations simply by calling our customer service center at [protected], 8am -
5pm Monday through Friday.
Again, thank you for your purchase!
Your account number is (REMOVED).
Again, thank you and welcome to We-R-Games!
1608 W. Campbell Ave. #232, Campbell, CA 95008
You have the right to dispute the We-R-Games charges billed on your local telephone bill. You are
not legally responsible for We-R-Games charges incurred by minors or vulnerable adults without
your consent. Your local telephone service will not be disconnected beacuse you fail to pay a
charge by We-R-Games except that nonpayment of certain regulated telecommuncation charges may
result in disconnection of service in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, South
Carolina and Tennessee. Enhanced Telecommuncations Service Providers may employ other agencies to
collect delinquent charges, even if your local phone company has previously adjusted them from
your telephone bill.