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04/22/09 | 19:01PM
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It feels like rape when dealing with this company because they have you over a barrel with your skirt up; and they know it. Anyone in business that has found a customer, sold a customer and maintained a customer over a long period of time knows that what Verizon perpetrates on people is shear size. They are what is un American about America and yet there are all those assholes out there that think the politicians have "our" interest at heart when they are drafting legislation.No my friends the people who are represented in government are companies like Verizon. After the scenerio I just went through with them I can't imagine what someone old, or too young, or not English speaking would have done. There is such a small percentage of people who know how to get out of something as sinister as what they try to do. They call it a glitch in the system,oh we didn't mean to bill you for that. Oh, yes we will fix it right away and four calls later and $150 in new charges and the person on the phone says "I have no idea what you are talking about and I am sorry but you will have to pay the bill." Rise up, fight back, tell them you are sending a letter from your attorney. Tell them you are recording the conversation so that you can become part of a class action suit. Just don't pay that fucking bill because if you think they are going to give your money back, you're wrong.

- Verizon H8er ID: FB1A99



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05/04/09 | 8:24AM
Recording the conversation without the person's permission is illegal and permissible in court. They could take you to court you fucking moron.

- Verizon H8er ID: 833501

05/05/09 | 14:46PM
thats why he stated "tell them you are recording the conversation". the only thing not allowed in court is a conversation that was taped without consent or knowledge. so long as you state your taping the conversation it is perfectly fine. someone would need a court order tape conversion without the other party's knowledge.whos the fucking moron?

- Verizon H8er ID: B92302

05/08/09 | 14:50PM
Yeah you are right, but if the person does not consent...it's not legal and won't be used in court. So if you say "I am recording this for a class action suit" and they say "I do not consent for this call to be recorded" ,then you figure it out.

- Verizon H8er ID: 833501

05/12/09 | 13:14PM
i already had it figured out, guess thats why i used the word concent, thanks for repeating me

- Verizon H8er ID: B92302

05/15/09 | 5:54AM
Just stating that you are recording the conversation means it is perfectly fine? Really? May I have the number to your law office? Your understanding of consent is dead on. If you were to say to a woman that you were going to have sex her and then have sex with her without her agreeing, is that legal or rape?

- Verizon H8er ID: 833501

07/23/09 | 14:53PM
Yes really, if you do not consent, you hang up the phone. your analogy using rape is apples and oranges. i cant reach through a phone and force someone to stay on, now can I? Rape has to do with force and violence. Do you even thnk about what you type, or do you just write down things that flash in your head as good ideas. Good thing your not in charge if anything.

- Verizon H8er ID: B92302


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