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  • dpsimswm dpsimswm Oct 27, 2009 8:53 AM Flag

    Neverending Collections Call

    Thanks. I will check into that.

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    • Guy, I just looked through your messages.

      It appears that you trade FNM/FRE.

      Those shares are worth ZERO.

      Sell them now and pay the couple $hundred collection and get it over with.

      You'll save more money that way.


      tarn

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      • I own FRE and FNM preferred stock, which I don't believe are worthless. If the housing market turns around and employment improves, Fannie and Freddie will start turning quarterly profits again, which means they will be valued on future earnings instead of book value.

      • Besides it's the principal of the issue that bothers me. How can a company get so big that they can disconnect customers, loose them from their billing system, and still send out collections letters without repercussion?

        As I stated, when my phone was first disconnected, my account was current with NO overdue payments. Then I lost service, couldn't make online payments, and customer service did not have a record of me. So, I got a new provider.

        Years later, Sprint wants to collect on the account. Why should they have all of the power in the situation? As long as this goes unresolved, I will continue to tell the world.

        Here is my cell phone number, customer service people, 804-815-8293. Call me.

 
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