In a wave of federal court suits, Verizon Wireless is attacking the increasing practice of “pretexting,” by which imposters pose as customers to obtain their billing records, calling details and other information.

The suits, the most recent of which was filed Tuesday in Newark, N.J., do not allege ulterior motives but charge that the defendants accessed customers’ accounts online by entering telephone numbers and other personal data.

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