|reply to mpelle4456 |
Re: Better Business Bureau
I'm sure that somewhere in their contract is a line that states something like they (Hughes) reserve the right to change their service at any time for whatever reason, speeds are not guaranteed, etc.
I doubt any of the actions mentioned will have any affect.
The idea that Hughes will fall all over themselves because you call the BBB is laughable. Truly. When you are the only game in town, you don't care if you have bad PR or look foolish. BBBs can do some good with a local company, but a national (international) company wouldn't even bother dealing with them.
Sad but true.
Sometimes a paradox is just a paradox
Contract law overides any contracts, for example, why do hitmen goto jail? The liability according to the contract is on the person who hired them.