She may be talking about the False Claims Act, but I don't know how that applies here. Frontier can stop the transfer if you tell them to do so. That was my circumstance. It did not cost anything to have the block placed on our service. But I am unclear about the 30 minute over you long distance. Is it that someone is actually using your long distance service without your permission?
Hank Searching for a new Frontier Premium join:2002-05-21 Burlington, WV kudos:1
OK, that makes sense. The nice thing about the block being placed is if someone tries to move you and Frontier will call you. I'll have to go back and review the information, but if I remember correctly in order to change to another long distance provider you will have to provide authorization to Frontier in writing.