Last week, David complained about T-Mobile charging him double what he expected. When he phoned the cellphone company, they disputed the basis of his complaint, calling him a liar. We posted the story.
Then, Grahm Crow, a PR rep for Waggener Edstrom Worldwide, retained by T-Mobile, saw our post. He wrote in wanting to help. We put him in touch with David. Today, sweet, sweet, resolution.
- “I want to thank you guys for helping me get my T-Mobile issue taken care of I was contacted today and told that they were giving me a credit for the full amount of the overage.
I wish it hadn’t taken the amount of effort that it did, but I do appreciate that T-Mobile finally realized the best way to balance their interest and mine. Thanks for the help and thanks to T-Mobile for coming around on this.”
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