AOL Accused Of Sending Unpurchased Merchandise To Customers

from the now-there's-a-business-model dept

AOL is now being sued by a number of customers, who say the media giant sent them merchandise that they had not purchased (and, of course, charging them for the products). I know that they’ve been having some business problems with the online division, but this seems particularly desperate as a way to make money (for the sarcastically impaired among you, that was a joke). AOL, of course, denies that they’ve done anything wrong.

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