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Old 05-04-2009, 10:09 AM
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Default Re: Unauthorized 3rd Party Billings By Sprint?

On Mar 6, 6:09*pm, Russ in San Diego <russg...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mar 6, 10:02*am, Rik Brown <Rik.Brown.3on...@no-
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> Don't blame Sprint in particular for this. *Apparently, all phone
> carriers are required to accept 3rd-party billings. *Once you go
> through the hassle you went through, you can usually get them to deny
> these charges if you really did not authorize them. *It helps if you
> catch the problem on the very first bill.
>
> Chances are that federal legislation requires phone carriers to accept
> 3rd party billing. *


Chances are that the phone carrier makes a whopping percentage of the
money it collects for the third party. There's conniving going on.
When there's murder, always look for motive.

The motive for larceny is greed.

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Old 05-09-2009, 11:56 AM
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Default Re: Unauthorized 3rd Party Billings By Sprint?

On May 4, 6:09*am, jl <jls1...@bellsouth.net> wrote:
> On Mar 6, 6:09*pm, Russ in San Diego <russg...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > On Mar 6, 10:02*am, Rik Brown <Rik.Brown.3on...@no-

>
> > Don't blame Sprint in particular for this. *Apparently, all phone
> > carriers are required to accept 3rd-party billings. *Once you go
> > through the hassle you went through, you can usually get them to deny
> > these charges if you really did not authorize them. *It helps if you
> > catch the problem on the very first bill.

>
> > Chances are that federal legislation requires phone carriers to accept
> > 3rd party billing. *

>
> Chances are that the phone carrier makes a whopping percentage of the
> money it collects for the third party. *There's conniving going on.
> When there's murder, always look for motive.
>
> The motive for larceny is greed.


This I tried to post, and Google said my session expired, so here it
is again, but out of place, which I don't have time to find:

On May 8, 7:10 am, George <geo...@nospam.invalid> wrote:
> jl wrote:

[...]
> Actually you started the personal attacks by calling everyone "toadies"


Nope, the attacks started long before that, and your first post in the
first thread was a personal attack.
I went back over the thread just to watch the evolution of the attacks
and who started them.

Of course, I knew that sooner or later someone would start. It
didn't take long. There are people who hang out in a NG just lying in
wait and poised to pounce. LOL. It's very funny but unsavory trait
of human nature, and almost universal.

I remember going into a group to complain about sharp practices of
Argenbright Securicor, the security company which policed and provided
security for many airports here in the USA. They were acting like
thugs, I said, and before long somebody in the group was calling me a
racist, an idiot (the flamer's fav word) and god knows what else. It
was a riot.

Argenbright were stealing people's personal property in the name of
security, and if you'll check them out you'll see that their buzzards
finally came home to roost. They have been thrown out of most the
airports where they operated. The misfortune couldn't have happened
to a more deserving bunch of sonsa*****es.

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