Cramming

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Cram
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Cramming

[fraud] Cramming is a form of fraud in which small charges are added to a bill by a third party without the subscriber`s consent or disclosure. These may be disguised as a tax or some other common fee, and may be several dollars or even just a few cents. The crammer`s intent is that the subscriber will overlook and ultimately pay these smal...
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Cramming

[education] In education, cramming (also known as mugging or swotting, from swot, akin to `sweat`, meaning `to study with determination`) is the practice of working intensively to absorb large volumes of informational material in short amounts of time. It is often done by students in preparation for upcoming exams, especially at the last mi...
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Cramming

A practice in which customers are billed for enhanced features such as voice mail, caller-ID and call-waiting that they have not ordered.
Found on http://www.puc.state.pa.us/telecom/areacode/area_code_dictionary.xhtml
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