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02/28/06 | 2:27AM
I DIDN'T SIGN ANYTHING - DON'T TELL ME THAT I DID.

Try ordering service over the phone - what fine print is there. I obtained my service over the phone and never saw a contract. When I started my service, I checked on the internet to see what they signed me up for and amazingly, a lot of little expensive items were added. I immediately corrected it, but sales people do just that - they sell you things then add on hoping no one catches on. I have never attached my physical signature to any piece of paper so how am I bound by things that were never explained to me and never given to me in writing? Very few technicalities are explained over the phone. I was told about the time frame to change my mind and early termination fees and that is about it. So according to contract law, that is what I am bound by. If you are trying to fight a phone company make rhem prove you signed a contract. I acknowledged the early termination fees, sothat is what I am bound by, not all that other crap they try to tell you that you signed up for. I DIDN'T SIGN ANYTHING - DON'T TELL ME THAT I DID.

- Verizon H8er ID: 2CED34



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04/22/08 | 5:04AM
When you activated the phone, douchebag, you are bound by the terms of the agreement.

Idiot.

- Verizon H8er ID: 135313

12/07/08 | 6:58AM
a verbal agreement is still legally an agreement. you dont have to sign anything...

- Verizon H8er ID: FC83A4

05/06/10 | 5:14AM
lol, you're an ass. you know damn well you accept terms and conditions when you activate a phone. that is your contract! sheesh!

genius.

Anonymous - Verizon H8er ID: FE1E39


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