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still in t-mobile trial period, wish to cancel and reorder from amazon



 
 
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Old October 8th 03, 09:05 PM
Pete92270
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Default still in t-mobile trial period, wish to cancel and reorder from amazon

You'll be considered a reactivation and won't get the discounts. You have to
cancel and wait 90 days to reapply as a new customer. Not worth the hastle in
my book....just use it as a learning experience.
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Old October 9th 03, 03:17 AM
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"RexyBlue" wrote in message
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I agree TOTALLY with Tom Parker and Carl. Take the phone back, cancel,
and then do it again. Maybe this guy should have researched things,
but they change rapidly in this business. If T-Mobile is so concerned
about losing money this way they should make their phone prices
competitive with Amazon and others who sell their product and
services.


They will want to activate the new line first, or else no new
number/rebates/discount.


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Old October 9th 03, 03:18 AM
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"John Andrews" wrote in message
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According to my source, technically within set period, this is supposed
to count as reactivation and all... but whether or not Amazon catches it
(or cares) or whether TMobile fraud catches it... Well, that is up in
the air...


Why would fraud catch it? Activations will catch it.


What happened to honest people, make a mistake admit it, move on... why
blame others, or make others suffer...


He's not blaming anyone, just using the standard return period to take a
better offer.


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Old October 9th 03, 03:43 AM
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"Carl." wrote in article
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"John Andrews" wrote in message
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According to my source, technically within set period, this is supposed
to count as reactivation and all... but whether or not Amazon catches it
(or cares) or whether TMobile fraud catches it... Well, that is up in
the air...


Why would fraud catch it? Activations will catch it.


Having worked in similar units, fraud units use programs that search the
database... lookign for things like irregularities like cancelations and
reactivations in short periods..They may not close the account as
outright fradu, but they will be watching...


What happened to honest people, make a mistake admit it, move on... why
blame others, or make others suffer...


He's not blaming anyone, just using the standard return period to take a
better offer.


Whether it was the original poster, or one of the follow up posters...
are copping all kinds of comments about how it is TMobiles fault...

Just as others have said, stop playing games, and move on...


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