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Dump Boost before they steal your money!


Jul 12, 2008, 1:34 AM
Boost really screwed up my balance of minutes. They said I had a subscription to downloading ring tones and they were taking $5.00 out of my account every month! I only used the piece of sh** phone to call work if I was going to be late!
To make a long short. Boost failed to see that their records were wrong, and would not credit me money that was due to me.
Now I know why Sprint/Nextel is losing customers by the millions every quarter.
People are always picking on Verizon, At&T, T-Mobile. The real Culprit is Boost, I feel sorry for all those teenagers who don't know what a joke really is. But I'm sure they'll find out soon enough.
Your best bet is stop using Boost for as I mentioned earlier, their "mother company...

Jul 15, 2008, 5:49 AM
What makes this post special that anyone should sit up and take notice? Do you even realize how often stuff like this happens to people every day across the board? Are you actually ignorant enough to believe that this is the only company with any screw ups? What planet are you from anyway? My advice to you is don't buy another wireless phone ever since you obviously live in a complete and utter fantasy world and will surely get disappointed again. Got a buddy who had Verizon years ago and was wrongly charged for roaming when it was supposed to be included in his plan. But does anyone care? No, and that is precisely why I never posted it in their forum. Get a life and a dose of reality while your at it.

Sep 1, 2008, 7:37 PM
I will say as a rep for ATT, though.. That - with AT&T, as long as it's not a pattern, we will credit third party downloads without any hassle at all.

Sep 28, 2008, 7:07 PM
Wow you are really rude, this is a FORUM! Anyone is allowed to post what they want geez!

Jan 15, 2009, 5:20 PM
astone said:
Wow you are really rude, this is a FORUM! Anyone is allowed to post what they want geez!

Glad you believe in free speech. Just exercising mine as well.

I think it's far more rude to accuse a corporation of dishonesty without any proof.

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