Moral Dilemma

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nairballs

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Question for all. About two months ago I canceled my Dish account over some technical issues I was having with a receiver. After cancellation I was called by someone at Dish who promised to fix the problems if I reinstated my account. I agreed, problems were solved, account turned back on.

Since then I haven't been billed a dime. The past two statement periods generated $0 due.

What would you do in this case?
 
Pepper

Pepper

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Mar 16, 2004
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Whatever you *think* you should be paying, save it away. If they figure out the error eventually you'll have the money to pay it. If not, you'll have a nice little nest egg. :)
 
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xtrasx

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Aug 26, 2006
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Take the money you owe and put it in an ING account. Earn a little interest on your money before charles comes a knockin'.

DT
 
mike123abc

mike123abc

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Sep 25, 2003
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Maybe they just gave you a couple months free for your toubles.
 
Claude Greiner

Claude Greiner

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Sep 8, 2003
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You probably got a credit ballance on the account, and because of this a bill is not being generated.

Don't worry, eventually you will be billed by DISH :D
 
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Gremraf

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Oct 5, 2007
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Send them a check for what you owe. Currently that is Zero, It will change you can count on that
 
Yes616

Yes616

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Mar 8, 2006
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I would take a look at the account on the Dish website. Just log in or register there if you haven't done so before and see what that says.

All charges, credits, etc. should show there.
 

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