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Trust me - I'm certainly not a spammer working for a competitor or a 15-year-old kid who thinks name branding is everything. I've been a Phonescoop member three days now, and you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want more valuable info about how rotten carrier X is. I think my credentials speak for themselves.
By the way, in a side-by-side comparison test, my new carrier beats Carrier X in every category.
I am also not a spammer, but a real honest to goodness consumer. I've actually been referring to PhoneScoop since 1999. I've used it as a good reference for phones and carriers. I joined phonescoop as a member for the first time today just so I could contribute to the forum. And where's Waldo? In Ohio.
I can do a hundred one-armed pushups in under two minutes, and I'm really being honest, too. After all, can you prove otherwise?
What should they have done for you since you already ported back out? Lose money on a charge that you knew about going in? The terms and conditions don't state that restocking fee is waived if you are not satisfied. Don't be ridiculous. There is no incentive to do a favor for non-customers. Don't spew that line of crap about bad mouthing them for the future, because you already made up your mind about that company regardless of whether or not you were exempt from the fees.
The worst part -- nobody knows whether any of the horror stories posted on this forum are even true. It's too easy to hide behind an anonymous username and fabricate a negative experience. I, for one, am sick and tired of ...