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02/28/06 | 3:08AM
Verizon wanted a $1,000 deposit.

I am writing in just to say that I am livid at the fact that I was attempting to switch wireless carriers today...moving from Nextel to Verizon. Verizon wanted a $1,000 deposit. I am not certain what credit rating or history they were viewing in that I recently purchased a vehicle with $1,000 down and, at least, left the dealership with something to show for it. I am wondering what recourse, if any, I may have based on this irrational deposit requirement (other than to simply stay with Nextel). I am also curious if other people have been asked to submit equally large deposits for a $99 cell phone and $99/month service?

- Verizon H8er ID: C9E079

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02/08/10 | 18:28PM
Yeah, you got a car at a 50% interest rate.

Bad credit=High interest rate
Bad credit=High deposit

- Verizon H8er ID: F1B135

06/25/10 | 4:09AM
no stupid cell phone is worth putting 1000.00 in limbo that you probibly will never see again. they just think you are a sucker and will do anything to keep you from getting that deposit back.

Anonymous - Verizon H8er ID: E1E335

06/23/11 | 2:40AM
Just because you have shitty credit doesn't make a company bad for not wanting to do business with you.

. - Verizon H8er ID: 9B8AF4

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