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Originally posted by fleabit
How do you end up with a bill that large?
It was 400 or 500 a month? And was still underbilled by 133 bucks? Where did they live.. in an arcade? I mean cripes.. something doesn't add up.
Originally posted by thomas_
Sorry bro. It's still responsibility of the company and not the customer. They are the ones charging, they are the ones responsible for the mistake and it's not her obligation to question how she is being charged unless she has a reason to become suspicious.
Originally posted by Hedera Helix
reply to post by tothetenthpower
I have a strong hunch... that if it were just she and the kids struggling... and she didn't have a live-in boyfriend... who's probably drinking and doing drugs... this would have never come to light.
Originally posted by Blanca Rose
reply to post by LocoHombre
Even if the company made a mistake, she still used the service.
Oh well, no problem. Your local electric company will be more than happy to pass on this kind of a mistake on to all their customers to recoup the money for this mistake. They do that sort of thing, ya know.
So, should she pay the bill, or should all the other customers have to pitch in to do so?
Originally posted by dragnet53
As one poster stated that if they were overpaying her, they would never tell her and pocket the money. God bless the human corrupted heart.
Originally posted by tothetenthpower
I bet if it was the other way, they would have NEVER told them they were overpaying.