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Spotlight: State Likely to Disconnect CTI

May 21, 1997

State regulators are expected today to force San Diego-based Communications Telesystems International to quit doing business for three years and to pay back 56,000 customers who were illegally switched from other carriers. The victims, including many Latino and Asian immigrants in Orange, Los Angeles and San Diego counties, will receive refund checks of about $35 each. The penalty would effectively shut down CTI, better known as WorldxChange. The company did not return calls for comment.

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