Friday, 25 July 2008

Dealers lobby Ofcom with scheme to end clawback

The Independent Mobile Phone Dealers Association (IMPDA) has suggested to Ofcom that dealers would be prepared to accept a £10 reduction in commission if this insured them against immunity from network clawbacks. Networks currently retain or "claw back" commission they've paid dealers for connecting new customers if the customer defaults on their bills. IMPDA chairman Chris Caudle said "no dealer should be clawed back unless there is sufficient proof of wrongdoing, such as fraudulent connections.” [Source: Fone magazine]

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