Originally Posted by jeffb
I've never done that, but if one did do that wouldn't they get an invoice anyway with all their charges listed?
sure, but at the same time people need to know what they should be paying. my monthly bill is around $140. If i got a bill for $1000 i would not pay it. simple as that.
and furthermore i would bombard the shit out of Bell with emails and calls taking reference numbers and what have you. I would insist to speak with higher ranking personnel and I may even attempt to contact the CEO directly (this may seem funny, but my father in law managed to connect with the CEO of scotiabank regarding a botched job by a bank teller at his local branch). Not only would i not pay the $1000 bill, i feel confident that in the end i will end up getting some service free as an appology from them.