My bill went up $9.99 this month and I only just now got a chance to sit down, skim my bill, and figure out what's going on. It turns out that I had a $9.99 charge under "Monthly Subscriptions" to a service identified as "BULLROARE". Then there's a note: "For assistance contact: http:/www.mblox.com", but the actual site has no information. I've been getting spammy messages lately, and I replied "STOP" a few times, but I keep getting an error about not being subscribed to any services at that short code. I figured it was an error on their part and just let it go, but now I know that there's something possibly more nefarious going on. With a start date of 12/25/2011, I suppose it's possible that someone signed up with their new Christmas gift and just happened to fat-finger the number to get it incorrect enough to be my number instead of theirs, but there was never any confirmation or anything. It's weird. A friend of mine had an identical charge on his phone bill, so he called AT&T and they took care of it pretty quickly. I plan to do the same on my drive home, and I'm hoping for an equally painless process. This may just be an isolated incident, but to have it happen to both of us in the same month is enough to set off a red flag. So I'm curious to hear if anyone else is having a similar problem. A friend of mine just got off the phone with an AT&T customer service rep. They told him that "other carriers" are having the same problem and that they would be pursuing legal action against this particular provider, so this may not necessarily be limited to AT&T subscribers. I've also heard from a different friend in the last few minutes. One of her bosses got tagged with this and he has been spending the day scrubbing all of the phone bills their company is responsible for. This smells super scummy to me.