Class Action Against Verizon Can Move Forward
I don't see how this could work
In the end, the consumer made an agreement that was legally binding. If service was terminated, the customer is on the hook for the ETF. There are ways carriers will let customers out of ETFs, however is not the responsibility of the carrier to research every departing customer to determine if they should have their ETF waived. The consumer has some responsibility for their actions.
Yes, I work for the Big Red Machine, but I think I speak for all wireless employees when I say READ THE CONTRACT! In the end, if the customer did not read all of the fine print, then they were the irresponsible ones. They have no one to blame but themselves.
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