Re: Fla. woman shocked by $200,000 cell phone bill
I seen this a few days ago, and I have had some time to think about it. Can I just say that there is no way in hell that I would even remotely pay them anything over my regular bill. I would tell them if they want their money they are going to have to take me to court. That is when I would tell the court, they dropped it from $200k, to $2500, why can't they just drop it to the regular bill if they are willing to drop it that much already? I would also say that they are trying to take money away from someone who is trying to take care of their disabled siblings as best they can. Who is going to side with T-Mobile on that one?
I would so tell them to Eff off, and not pay them a stinking dime, switching carriers as well.
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