- January 4, 2008 at 11:30 pm #255016
Hi. Im new to the group and saw your question. You can get out of a
contract but it takes a lot of documentation. I had the same problem
with Verizon and was given many excuses. I kept notes for a couple of
onths on names, times, conversations and finally told them I wanted
out of the contract with no charges. They did try to bill me and I
sent them copies of everything I had and stated that if I was not let
out of the contract I would turn it over to the Attorney General of
Texas for investigating. I was let out of my contract with no charges
and its not been put on any credit report either. It just takes a lot
and a good reason.
— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, debeinman@… wrote:
Does anyone have ideas on how to get out of a cell phone contract?
> been with Suncom for five months and we are not happy with the
service at all.
> Does anyone know what process we need to take in order to get out
> contracts we signed. We are definitely canceling the service, but
I don’t want
> to have to pay the fees if we can get out of it. I don’t feel like
> have to when they cannot fulfill our needs. We are getting texts
> messages two days after they are sent or left. We can not get
service in our own
> home some of the times. We can be in a department store or grocery
> can’t even use it in there. We have to either go outside or to the
> the store. We feel it is useless to pay for something that isn’t
> with what we need. Any advice would be appreciated.
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