nsane. I DID have a cell phone with Tmobile about 4yrs ago. I DID terminate my contract early. (In my state they can only charge $150 for Early Termination of a Cell Phone Contract) Ok so they tell me today (after I see this 800-265-8825 has called me over 5x in the last 2 days .. I missed their calls.) I'm told I owe over a thousand dollars because of a debt to Tmobile.
How can I owe over 1000 to a cell phone company? No clue. The phone numbers that the caller rattled off are not recognized. But even if I owe ETF to Tmobile for one phone that I had 4yrs ago, how do we get from a 150 fee plus maybe the month I terminated...maybe I owed for one month..less than 100 for that...that equals TOPS 250$$....there's no friggin way I could possibly have a debt to Tmobile for over a grand!!!!! What a scam. No don't give out info to idiots calling from MCM Midland Collection Management, because if they are scamming me, they will scam you also. Ridic.
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