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‘Thanks, but No Thanks,’ Client Tells AT&T

MIAMI (CN) - Frame Art took AT&T up on its offer to provide Internet advertising, but says the results weren't pretty. The Web site AT&T created was "rife with inaccuracies," including pictures that had no connection to Frame Art, the Florida frame and art shop claims in Miami-Dade Circuit Court.

Frame Art says it has no intention of paying the $800 monthly fee for "Web services" or the $200 monthly Internet fee, as AT&T's services were subpar.

The plaintiff is represented by Neil G. Taylor.

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