WASHINGTON -- Meijer Inc., Grand Rapids, Mich., is among several retailers that received thousands of nonworking prepaid phone cards, according to the USTelecard Association here. USTelecard said the retailer received customer complaints that prepaid calling cards purchased at its stores did not work. Several other retailers, including Kmart, Troy, Mich., also carried the cards, which were supplied by USA Calling, Atlanta, the association said. The retailers later learned that USA Calling ...

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