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Ambulance-chasing lawyers are nothing new, but a New Jersey lawyer may have stooped to a new low in his direct-marketing efforts to land a client.
Jeff canceled one of the two lines on his AT&T Mobility family plan, and on his next bill he noticed the remaining line had been charged for mobile-to-mobile calls on the AT&T network—even though those minutes are supposed to be free.
Reader Ronak found out that Verizon overcharged him on a few of his billing cycles. A quick call confirmed that an error in their system overcharged him, so he requested a correction. In a confusing counter-offer, Verizon offered only 25% of the money that they mistakenly charged him for back as a refund. Now, Ronak is confused. Full letter inside.
UPS delivered a package to a Texas man expecting some tools he had ordered. Instead, the man found a 30-pound brick of marijuana.
Andrew sent us this picture of a CampusTechShop ad that he says is all over his college campus. The ad trumpets reduced prices on the previous edition of MacBook Pro, then illustrates it with a picture of the new MacBook Pro.