Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Music

Songs Make Us Happy

7:33am:
Boid and I are different species. However, we have things in common. And, one of those things is music. We turn on music held by Little iPhone first thing after waking up each morning.

We have recently added some music to our library.
➜ Little River Band - Greatest Hits [Link]
➜ Pet Shop Boys - West End Girls [Link]
➜ Foreigner - No End In Sight [Link]

Boid and I have no clue why we like the music that is in our library.




3:15pm:
Verizon
We are in La Mesa to pick up mail. A credit card arrived containing $700+ to pay off Verizon for equipment purchased. We are now with T-Mobile.

This presents us with a dilemma. Verizon wants to collect more money than we believe we owe. Should we use this credit card to pay Verizon? Or should we just keep the money?

The balance claimed by Verizon after the $700 are errors that Verizon will not own up to.





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12 comments:

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    1. Hi LBM,

      Thank you! Boid thanks you too. 😎

      George

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  2. George, is this a "credit" card or is the card a "gift" card? If it's a credit card, you and I know what that means. It means that YOU borrow money on that card!

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  3. I would go to a Verizon store and pay them off. The reason is that someday you may need to return to their service. You have worked your entire life keeping your credit in good standing, why ruin it at this time.
    Just my opinion George, I'm sure you will choose to make the right decision.

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    1. Hi Fred,

      Several years ago, I had a disagreement with T-Mobile that could not be resolved. I left T-Mobile and went to another provider.

      Now I am back with T-Mobile, who welcomed me back. The situation of my not paying them several years ago never came up.

      George

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  4. George, I have been reading of more people complaining about being over charged by Verizon.

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    1. I am one of those complaining people!

      George

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  5. Ask a lawyer
    If you have all your information in front of you,,, you do know that the first half hour of sitting down with a lawyer is free
    Tell the lawyer that you're thinking of filing a claim and small cords tell the lawyer that you're thinking of filing a claim and small claims court to dispute the charges, ask him what his advice would be if you took it to court or you just let it ride
    Remember,,, some of the best advice is free

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    1. Hi Ed,

      It seems to me at this time, not to spend a bunch of time simply to defend my decision to pay Verizon the full amount they claim is due them.

      Instead I paid Verizon the $740 amount that T-Mobile sent to me for equipment purchased from Verizon. I did not pay Verizon for the $1,024 that Verizon has claimed because that difference contained overcharges.

      George

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  6. George, Pay the bill. If it makes you happy, stop in the store and have someone go over the bill with you. Some of their staff is nice. Some are a pain and, yup, a painful experience. We’ve been customers for years and not much to complain about. Our cable company is our nightmare. I’d pay the bill and enjoy not worrying about it.

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    1. ndenim,

      That's what I did. Not the entire bill which in my opinion contained over charging.

      George

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