InPhonic settles over mail-in-rebate complaints

Wireless phone retailer InPhonic reached an agreement with the District of Columbia's attorney general to settle a lawsuit over its mail-in-rebate practices. The attorney general sued the company in June, charging that InPhonic made it virtually impossible to obtain advertised rebates on mobile phones.  InPhonic had more than 2,000 consumer complaints over the past three years.

For more about the settlement:
- check out this article from The Washington Post

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