07-04-2007 08:41 PM
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vickster wrote:I recently received a letter in the mail regarding a T-Mobile bill that I "never paid". I have never been a subscriber to T-Mobile and tried to explain this to the woman I spoke to when I immediately called the 1-800 number on the letter. She said that I have to prove that I didn't have an account with them. How am I going to prove to them that I have never been with T-Mobile? I don't have any letters from them saying "Thank you for continuing NOT having an account with us." HELP!!!!!!
07-04-2007 08:51 PM
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07-04-2007 08:56 PM - edited 07-04-2007 09:06 PM
vickster wrote:Yes, it was from a CA.
07-04-2007 09:05 PM
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07-04-2007 09:31 PM
vickster wrote:Are there any centers where you can go to a live person and discuss these issues one-on-one, instead of corresponding with paper and long ID numbers?
07-04-2007 09:39 PM
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