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Verizon Wireless wanted me to pay a $35.00 restocking fee to return a wireless USB device for service I no longer want. I no longer want Verizon Wireless Broadband service because they are overcharging for service and actually delivering less service than other carriers (T-Mobile, Sprint (Virgin Mobile) offering "Unlimited" service for $40 to $50/month.

Verizon continues to charge $60/month for a very small usage cap of 5GB/Month.

I don't see why I have to pay $35.00 to restock something when they could bill the $35.00 to my account anyway (and they know this because they would have to refund my monthly access fee, which would cover the $35.00 anyway) they simply want to make you pay up front to discourage deactivation and to make it as inconvenient as possible. veovis@gmail.com

Monetary Loss: $375.

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GuvnorShyster
#197176

Wow, sometimes i understand why my new iron warning label say "do not iron with clothes on"...

Anonymous
#191533

read the terms and conditions.. u signed it..

if u take something back to best buy they charge u a 15% restocking fee... r u that cheap?

Anonymous
#190282

it sounds to me that you did not pay attention to what you were purchasing nor the terms and conditions of its service and return/exchange policy....

fruliv
Fultondale, Alabama, United States #187690

Remove your email address or else you'll get tons and tons of spam mails.

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