The Consumer Cellular Rating Program is a program that allows consumers to rate wireless carriers on their creditworthiness.
It’s designed to prevent companies from using your data to target you with unwanted offers.
It’s supposed to be used to protect consumers from fraud.
But that’s not how it works.
In fact, the program is being used by the wireless carriers to target people who aren’t subscribers.
According to a story from the Wall Street Journal, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon have been using the program to target customers who aren subscribers, and to target their customers with unwanted promotions.
The Wall Street Post wrote that these targeted promotions, which are being called “customer service offers,” are “the latest in a long line of attempts by the telecoms to squeeze extra revenue from customers who don’t pay their bills.
The latest targets include some who haven’t subscribed to a carrier for months and some who have just recently added their phone to the network.”
In an email to the Journal, a Verizon spokesperson said the company was using the CSP to target the people who didn’t have a phone in the first place.
“This is not about targeting consumers, but about targeting a targeted subset of customers,” the spokesperson wrote.
“The customer service offers that we offer are targeted specifically to people who have not been on our network for a month or more.”
The carrier has also been using it to target certain customers.
According to the Wall St Journal, AT&T used the program in late September to target customers who have been on the network for less than a month.
ATV used it in late October.
A spokesperson for T-Mo said the program was used to target new subscribers.
They told the Journal that T-mobile had also been testing the CMP to target its customers.
“AT&t is currently testing the consumer credit rating of some new T-Mob customers in a targeted manner in an effort to improve the customer experience for those customers,” a T-mob spokesperson told the WSJ.
As the WSJD article notes, the CMP is also being used to lure people away from participating in the program. According to a Wall Street Week report, AT & T-MO was using it in September to target some new subscribers and other new customers who had previously not been a customer.
Verizon was using CMP in September.
This program is being used more and more by the carriers as they compete to have the most people on the networks.
The WSJ wrote that it’s being used for this by T-mo, and Verizon, which said it has also used the CPP to target subscribers.
AT&T and T-HMobile both told the Wall Street Journal that they use the program, and said they are using it more to target consumers.
However, the WSJs article also pointed out that T&.
T has also found ways to target non-subscribiers, too.
One of the ways AT&mnts and T&mbs have used the CMP to do this is to make it harder for them to get customers.
According to the WSj, at least some AT&ts and Tmbs have tried to get their new customers to switch over to Verizon, but many have found it difficult to keep the old customers.
This isn’t the first time that consumers have complained about the CRP.
A report from the Wall Street Times in February 2016 described a customer revolt against the program as a result of a customer being turned away from AT&t’s Mobile SharePoint Marketplace because they were subscriber to AT&mt.
In that report, the consumer complained that AT>.s new CFP didn’t include the option to opt out of the program entirely.
There’s no word on whether or not the company has been able to roll out any sort of opt-out.
There’s also no word yet on whether AT<m will end the program anytime soon.
The Wall St. Journal s story also says that the program is “a direct threat to consumer privacy” and that it “is likely to be expanded” if it reaches a major carrier.