by Alexandria Echo Press
November 11, 2010 at 6:00 pm in Alexandria Echo Press
CenturyLink, formerly Embarq, is warning customers to be wary of calls from telemarketers who claim to offer long-distance services on behalf of the company. Continue Reading
Tags: money, scams 1 Comment »
I just cancelled Centurylink after they offered me a flat rate of 11.00 a month for a basic phone line. I questioned the rate saying that seemed awfully cheap and something had to be “up”. i was told over and over “no sir thats it every month” My first bill was 13.22. My second bill was 15.45. When I called to give them a piece of my mind I was told that my bill was more because I was going over my alloted minutes. Then I kinda blew a gasket. Who would pay for a home phone where you only have so many minutes to talk? That’s why you have a cell phone. Thats the part I was never told. They said they were sorry and I should have been told that part. That’s terrible P.R. and should deter business from them.
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