A Florida long-distance provider is going to have to pay $100-thousand in restitution to Missouri consumers and pay a $2,000 fine to resolve complaints that the business slammed about 1,000 residents by switching their long-distance service without authorization. Pipeline Technologies, which does business under the name Integriss, has entered into an agreement with the State Attorney General’s Office to pay restitution and to stop switching customers’ long-distance service without written authorization.