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peterboro
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reply to OhNo2

Re: [Burloak] Usage Based Billing Nightmare

Just an FYI the limit in Ontario small claims is $25,000.00 so you only need a paralegal for this one.

You would probably have to pay the bill first, as your credit rating might be impacted, and to actually suffer damages as small claims has limited relief options to a plaintiff.

I'm sure there would be no shortage of people who would testify one your behalf about the meter issue that you could get qualified as an expert witness.

Also you can get awarded additional damages depending on the actions of the defendant in this case. If it hits the media an undisclosed settlement in excess of the actual damages will result.

jpaik

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Hamilton, ON
+1 to this. I was also going to suggest Ontario small claims.

By now, Cogeco management must know about the particulars this issue, and is hopefully looking at a resolution.
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said by jpaik:

By now, Cogeco management must know about the particulars this issue, and is hopefully looking at a resolution.

It's hit the DSLr front page:

»Cogeco User Socked With Thousands in Overages

The DSLr folks state they've contacted Cogeco for a comment.

This should be interesting. Just about anything they say or do, short of a full refund, has to be dummer than saying nothing.

Mike
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