How O2 rips off its customers through corrupt practices.


I may or may not have officially cancelled a contract with O2 for one of my kids phones in December 2012.  But I definitely have been paying £32 a month ever since for the privelege of, well, nothing.

Here’s how they dealt with it.

In any other situation this would be regarded as theft.

I hope the team at O2 have nightmares when they read the stonewalling, barriers and sheer appalling nature of their stance is.  Here it is in all its glory.

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This next bit REALLY takes the biscuit….

 

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This was placed with Fraud over a week ago,  It’s like a Kafka novel…

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