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  1. #1
    TechGeek
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    So many questions for our acquaintance, Phil.

    http://tinyurl.com/yv26h

    On Aug 9, 2003 you wrote:
    ********************
    Luckily my Advantage Agreement long ago expired.


    Looks like I'm going to Verizon, and then I can get the Kyocera 7135
    that Sprint decided not to carry. With my son across the country
    already
    on Verizon (it had far the best coverage in Wahington, D.C.) the free
    unlimited Verizon to Verizon is a big plus.
    ********************

    So, if Verizon has much better phones and service, why are you with
    Sprint still?

    In fact, message# 3 in that thread, he still insists,

    "Sorry. I'm still quiting Sprint"

    You haven't.

    Post # 6
    ****************
    Yup, everyone's Customer Service sucks, but Verizon sucks less.
    Consumer
    Reports survey said so. Sprint's coverage where I live is such swiss
    cheese its awful, T-Mobile, the German cell company is of course
    worse,
    and AT&T has the worst customer Service.
    ****************

    So why aren't you with Verizon?

    You threatened, threatened, and threatened. Why aren't you gone?

    I really don't have the time or energy to search though you 70+ IDs,
    but I also do remember you making identical threats about you going to
    AT&T.

    Why didn't you?



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  2. #2
    Robert M.
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    Re: So many questions...

    In article <[email protected]>,
    [email protected] (TechGeek) wrote:

    > So many questions for our acquaintance.



    So many answers with your selective picking of selective posts.

    Why do you ask questions you already know the answers to? because I tell
    people who have problems with SprintPCS to check with
    Executive Services?

    866-519-5698

    Why do you want to make me the issue

    when as we BOTH know
    J.D. Power
    The Yankee group
    Consumer Reports

    have each separately and repeatedly rated SprintPCS customer service
    worst?

    But you KNOW that already.


    >
    > http://tinyurl.com/yv26h
    >
    > On Aug 9, 2003 you wrote:
    > ********************
    > Luckily my Advantage Agreement long ago expired.
    >
    >
    > Looks like I'm going to Verizon, and then I can get the Kyocera 7135
    > that Sprint decided not to carry. With my son across the country
    > already
    > on Verizon (it had far the best coverage in Wahington, D.C.) the free
    > unlimited Verizon to Veriz
    > on is a big plus.
    > ********************

    Sorry you don't understand that "looks Like" doesn't mean "I absolutely
    will", on August 9, that was my intent.

    But I got a good retention Deal to Stay with Sprint. But you know that
    already. Thats been posted too.

    >
    > So, if Verizon has much better phones and service, why are you with
    > Sprint still?
    >
    > In fact, message# 3 in that thread, he still insists,
    >
    > "Sorry. I'm still quiting Sprint"
    >
    > You haven't.


    With SprintPCS employees like you it's mighty tempting.

    >
    > Post # 6
    > ****************
    > Yup, everyone's Customer Service sucks, but Verizon sucks less.
    > Consumer
    > Reports survey said so. Sprint's coverage where I live is such swiss
    > cheese its awful, T-Mobile, the German cell company is of course
    > worse,
    > and AT&T has the worst customer Service.
    > ****************
    >
    > So why aren't you with Verizon?


    My son left Verzion because they didn't have a Bluetooth phone that he
    wanted for his 2004 Prius; but I posted that too.

    >
    > You threatened, threatened, and threatened. Why aren't you gone?


    Because Executive Services did good by me, when I had an issue.
    but you know that already. And that's been posted too.


    >
    > I really don't have the time or energy to search though you {multiple} IDs,


    And Bobbie Smith complained to my ISP about my changing alias on USENET,
    and they told him to go away, they had no problem with that. If you
    **EVER** complain to Michael Arends about his multiple alias that he
    uses for obscene posts, **THEN** you won't be a hypocrite. Not to mention
    multiple return email alias RobjVargas uses, but you never said **BOO**
    to him about that either.

    > but I also do remember you making identical threats about you going to
    > AT&T.
    >
    > Why didn't you?


    Early in December I was considering it.

    Sorry, I have a nondisclosure agreement with AT&T Wireless. But you
    know that already. Thats been posted too. So whine all you want, but you
    know the answers already. They've ALL been posted.

    ====

    As Harry Truman said, you never have to remember who you told what IF
    you always tell the truth.



  3. #3
    outrider
    Guest

    Re: So many questions...



    Robert M. wrote:

    > As Harry Truman said, you never have to remember who you told what IF
    > you always tell the truth.


    Since most of that post was recounting your lies it's a good thing you
    can look up archives isn't ?
    As to folks saying anything about anyone else, I don't have a problem w/
    them, they tell it like it is or was told to them.
    You repeatedly post the same stuff over and over.
    The gist of your response was full of , and I quote " but you already
    know that as it's been posted here "
    Well Phil, sprints ranking for customer service has been posted here by
    you repeatedly so no need to do it again EVERYONE has seen it, also the
    # to executive services, the fact you think Sprint has multiple 'secret'
    procedures. In fact very little of your multiple post need be repeated.
    So you can stop now.
    That being said Phillie, if you post these things again anytime soon it
    will be an admittance on your part to your adolescent trolling of the
    group, also a confession your your hypocritical attitude towards others.
    In short you will be without question confirming you are a troll and
    therefore not worth attention.
    Balls in your court .




  4. #4
    Robert M.
    Guest

    Re: So many questions...

    In article <[email protected]>,
    outrider <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Since most of that post was recounting your lies it's a good thing you
    > can look up archives isn't ?


    Not a single lie amongst them. Name One, I disputed all his attempts to
    make it look like I lied; he posted a selection of my posts, and omitted
    the REST of the STORY for each issue.

    Having fun are we?

    Time to post some FAQs for the rest of the SprintPCS users.



  5. #5
    Scott Stephenson
    Guest

    Re: So many questions...


    "Robert M." <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > outrider <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > > Since most of that post was recounting your lies it's a good thing you
    > > can look up archives isn't ?

    >
    > Not a single lie amongst them. Name One, I disputed all his attempts to
    > make it look like I lied; he posted a selection of my posts, and omitted
    > the REST of the STORY for each issue.
    >
    > Having fun are we?
    >
    > Time to post some FAQs for the rest of the SprintPCS users.


    Name one? How about these:

    Your lies:
    Sprint offers the fewest phones of the top six providers
    AT&T was not capable of offering 7pm nights
    AT&T would not match web prices at retail stores
    Cingular paid over $50B for AT&TW
    Sprint PCS would be out of business by the end of the year
    Sprint has no team handling Retention
    Cingular was liable for the break-in at a third party authorized dealer
    After a recent vendor problem, Walmart contacted each of the affected
    customers, when it was actually the vendor that contacted the customers

    Your attempts to argue both sides:
    Sprint losing money, and yet *****ing when they don't pass savings on to you
    Whining about coverage maps, and then using them to provide coverage advice
    Accusing everyone else of lying, and then posting lies of your own (see the
    list above)
    Pointing out every insult hurled at him as being inappropriate, and then
    insulting posters who have proven his point wrong.

    Other deceptive practices:
    Using multiple names in the same thread in an attempt to fake support for
    your lies
    Starting a new thread on the same subject when you are called on your lies,
    so that you can continue to whine without having to explain your lies
    Purposely quoting out of context to avoid answering for your lies
    Purposely demunging email addresses





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