Yarmouth Port, MA
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Re: Myth BUSTED
said by Maccawolf:That says volumes about you and nothing about him.
I have no sympathy for him.
said by Maccawolf:My guess is that he read the TOC just like everyone else, which is to say that he either didn't read it or understand it because it was too long or too dense. Those things aren't meant for consumers to read, they're meant to protect the carrier from claims.
He should READ the TOC just like everyone else.
said by Maccawolf:Be sure to wear your seat belt.
I don't know about anyone else, but I don't want to live in a nanny state where THEY look after me to keep me from doing something STUPID.
Surprise charges on telecom bills is very similar to the surprises folks would see on consumer loans. This is exactly the reason why loan applications have that big disclosure box giving out the key rates and fees in easy-to-read font. It's a useful tool.
These laws aren't there to protect you from yourself, they're there to protect you from the acts of others that just take advantage of the fact that you're a human being minding his own business.
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