Don't Worry About The Damn Contract... They'll Just Forge Your Signature If They Feel Like It
Date: 2005-05-14 05:45:47
Subject: Fake contracts
I was a Sprint customer for nearly 7 years. After years of bad service, I finally decided that I needed to find a new company. I called and found out the exact date that my contract expired. When I did, They asked why I wanted to know. I told them that I was going to cancel my contract, and in retaliation, they put me under a new 2 year contract! Now they call every day and demand money, even though I've made it clear that I am not responsible for any contract that I didn't agree to. They said by paying my invoice I accepted the contract, which so far was "agreed to" on 9 different dates over the course of the past year. They claimed that the contract was written on the bill. WRONG! After I couldn't find it on any bills, (I have kept every one since I became a customer) I called back and was told that I was misinformed. They also said that I had went into a store and signed a contract. That is a lie, as I do all business over the phone.
When I asked for a copy of the signed contract, They said it is priveleged information, and I'm not authorized to view it! I will be spending some time hanging out around Sprint retailers to inform potential new customers that SprintPCS engages in illegal extortion and blackmail. No contract is required because they will forge your signature. Beware potential customer: Sprint has a record of breaking the law to rip off their customers.