You’d think when an amount is disputed in a contract but the buyer pays his monthly bill regularly there would not be a disruption in service. Not so with Verizon. It gets to the point where it feels like extortion. Them trying to get something they cheated you out of. Like services you never asked for. Nonetheless, they want you to pay for their error. But why should you? Besides being unethical, it’s plainly a nasty thing to do to the customer. Messing around like that. Sick. And when you don’t, they yank your service. Nice doing business with you, Verizon.
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