Sprint has begun including the following notice to customers receiving their latest invoice:
Regulatory Charge/Ts&Cs Changes Effective 1/1/10, the Regulatory Charge will increase to $0.40/line. Visit Sprint Ts&Cs or sprint.com/taxesandfees for details; also effective 1/1/10, the Sprint Terms & Conditions (Ts&Cs) are changing. Please review them carefully at sprint.com or on request.
The updated terms and conditions for 2010 are now available for review, while the taxes and fees table has yet to be updated with the new regulatory charge information. As is the case with material changes, Sprint customers have 30 days from the receipt of the notice in the invoice to cancel service without a termination fee if one does not agree with the changes.
Update: In addition to the above changes, Sprint will also be assessing an additional $4.99 fee on accounts with spending limits on the same day, which is another material change to the agreement.
More information can be found HERE
I have a UPS account that I don't use much. I used it back in September. I am set up for Automatic Payments which had a Credit Card on file that was out of date.
I received notice at the time that that card was declined for the shipping charges so I game them my new CC info.
Fast forward to December and I receive an Invoice stating that I had a $10.00 Card Declined fee.