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aggravating problem - hang ups

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by glenn, Jul 3, 2004.

  1. Verizon could care less about your problems, remember they have the best
    network around and this is why the suggestion which would be the easiest for
    them. They wouldn't dare put anymore time into helping you out or
    investigating the problem. They also could care less if you've had that
    number for years and just tell you to, "change numbers". O what a nice
    company.

    "glenn" <glenns@panix.com> wrote in message
    news:eek:sode05drfs17t0qgbfgnlss3ee07gl82q@4ax.com...
    > For about 2 months my wife's has been regularly getting about 7 calls
    > a day from a restricted number. When she picks up, there's no one
    > there and dead silence. If she lets it ring, there is no voicemail
    > I called Verizon and was told the only option is to change numbers and
    > report it to the police. Is that true?
     



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  2. Verizon could care less about your problems, remember they have the best
    network around and this is why the suggestion which would be the easiest for
    them. They wouldn't dare put anymore time into helping you out or
    investigating the problem. They also could care less if you've had that
    number for years and just tell you to, "change numbers". O what a nice
    company.

    "glenn" <glenns@panix.com> wrote in message
    news:eek:sode05drfs17t0qgbfgnlss3ee07gl82q@4ax.com...
    > For about 2 months my wife's has been regularly getting about 7 calls
    > a day from a restricted number. When she picks up, there's no one
    > there and dead silence. If she lets it ring, there is no voicemail
    > I called Verizon and was told the only option is to change numbers and
    > report it to the police. Is that true?
     
  3. Verizon could care less about your problems, remember they have the best
    network around and this is why the suggestion which would be the easiest for
    them. They wouldn't dare put anymore time into helping you out or
    investigating the problem. They also could care less if you've had that
    number for years and just tell you to, "change numbers". O what a nice
    company.

    "glenn" <glenns@panix.com> wrote in message
    news:eek:sode05drfs17t0qgbfgnlss3ee07gl82q@4ax.com...
    > For about 2 months my wife's has been regularly getting about 7 calls
    > a day from a restricted number. When she picks up, there's no one
    > there and dead silence. If she lets it ring, there is no voicemail
    > I called Verizon and was told the only option is to change numbers and
    > report it to the police. Is that true?
     
  4. Verizon could care less about your problems, remember they have the best
    network around and this is why the suggestion which would be the easiest for
    them. They wouldn't dare put anymore time into helping you out or
    investigating the problem. They also could care less if you've had that
    number for years and just tell you to, "change numbers". O what a nice
    company.

    "glenn" <glenns@panix.com> wrote in message
    news:eek:sode05drfs17t0qgbfgnlss3ee07gl82q@4ax.com...
    > For about 2 months my wife's has been regularly getting about 7 calls
    > a day from a restricted number. When she picks up, there's no one
    > there and dead silence. If she lets it ring, there is no voicemail
    > I called Verizon and was told the only option is to change numbers and
    > report it to the police. Is that true?
     
  5. Verizon could care less about your problems, remember they have the best
    network around and this is why the suggestion which would be the easiest for
    them. They wouldn't dare put anymore time into helping you out or
    investigating the problem. They also could care less if you've had that
    number for years and just tell you to, "change numbers". O what a nice
    company.

    "glenn" <glenns@panix.com> wrote in message
    news:eek:sode05drfs17t0qgbfgnlss3ee07gl82q@4ax.com...
    > For about 2 months my wife's has been regularly getting about 7 calls
    > a day from a restricted number. When she picks up, there's no one
    > there and dead silence. If she lets it ring, there is no voicemail
    > I called Verizon and was told the only option is to change numbers and
    > report it to the police. Is that true?
     
  6. Verizon could care less about your problems, remember they have the best
    network around and this is why the suggestion which would be the easiest for
    them. They wouldn't dare put anymore time into helping you out or
    investigating the problem. They also could care less if you've had that
    number for years and just tell you to, "change numbers". O what a nice
    company.

    "glenn" <glenns@panix.com> wrote in message
    news:eek:sode05drfs17t0qgbfgnlss3ee07gl82q@4ax.com...
    > For about 2 months my wife's has been regularly getting about 7 calls
    > a day from a restricted number. When she picks up, there's no one
    > there and dead silence. If she lets it ring, there is no voicemail
    > I called Verizon and was told the only option is to change numbers and
    > report it to the police. Is that true?
     
  7. Verizon could care less about your problems, remember they have the best
    network around and this is why the suggestion which would be the easiest for
    them. They wouldn't dare put anymore time into helping you out or
    investigating the problem. They also could care less if you've had that
    number for years and just tell you to, "change numbers". O what a nice
    company.

    "glenn" <glenns@panix.com> wrote in message
    news:eek:sode05drfs17t0qgbfgnlss3ee07gl82q@4ax.com...
    > For about 2 months my wife's has been regularly getting about 7 calls
    > a day from a restricted number. When she picks up, there's no one
    > there and dead silence. If she lets it ring, there is no voicemail
    > I called Verizon and was told the only option is to change numbers and
    > report it to the police. Is that true?
     

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