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    Great News !!!


    I just saw any interview on ABC News Now / Money Matters w/Hari

    All I can say is WOW and it's about time !!!! This company gets you out
    of any cellphone contract in the USA anytime regardless of your
    problem. This is going to be awesome. Did anyone else see it? I only
    caught the last 10 minutes of it.

    The co founder stated that it's going live on 6-20-2005

    celltradeusa.com was the site. I wen't to it and it says coming soon...

    Later :-)
    Thefreephoneguy

    Everyone knows somebody stuck in a cellular contract
    Spread the word




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    Steve Sobol
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    Re: New company to get you out of Sprint contracts & More

    [email protected] wrote:

    > All I can say is WOW and it's about time !!!! This company gets you out
    > of any cellphone contract in the USA anytime regardless of your
    > problem. This is going to be awesome. Did anyone else see it? I only
    > caught the last 10 minutes of it.


    This is a load of crap. A third-party has no control over a contract between
    you and your carrier. The best they can do is pay your early termination fee
    - maybe that's what they are doing. Legally, there is no way that the people
    running this site can break a contract between two parties where they aren't
    one of the parties to the contract.


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    Re: New company to get you out of Sprint contracts & More

    I agree with Steve; only the parties involved can participate in a contract
    discussion. If you "allow" them to act on your behalf, maybe.
    a) getting you out of your contract, even if for a fee, that would be
    interesting
    b) porting you to another carrier, and then give you rebates/money to
    reimburse you for the disconnection, that is possible, but at the best low
    margin, but perhaps if enough sign up high volume.

    If this person were an agent; and got HIGH volume from this type of program,
    there might be enough money in volume compensation for them to
    buy/reimburse/rebate you the disconnection fee. It would be very low
    margin, but they could be profitable with the residuals.

    So far it just sounds "phooey", but time will tell. dr
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    "Steve Sobol" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > [email protected] wrote:
    >
    >> All I can say is WOW and it's about time !!!! This company gets you out
    >> of any cellphone contract in the USA anytime regardless of your
    >> problem. This is going to be awesome. Did anyone else see it? I only
    >> caught the last 10 minutes of it.

    >
    > This is a load of crap. A third-party has no control over a contract
    > between you and your carrier. The best they can do is pay your early
    > termination fee - maybe that's what they are doing. Legally, there is no
    > way that the people running this site can break a contract between two
    > parties where they aren't one of the parties to the contract.
    >
    >
    > --
    > JustThe.net - Steve Sobol / [email protected] / PGP: 0xE3AE35ED
    > Coming to you from Southern California's High Desert, where the
    > temperatures are as high as the gas prices! / 888.480.4NET (4638)
    >
    > "Life's like an hourglass glued to the table" --Anna Nalick, "Breathe"






  4. #4
    Central
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    Re: New company to get you out of Sprint contracts & More

    On Sun, 19 Jun 2005 10:28:38 -0700, Steve Sobol wrote:

    >
    > This is a load of crap. A third-party has no control over a contract
    > between you and your carrier. The best they can do is pay your early
    > termination fee - maybe that's what they are doing. Legally, there is no
    > way that the people running this site can break a contract between two
    > parties where they aren't one of the parties to the contract.


    I agree with you that this is a load of crap but keep in mind that these
    people can act as your legal advisor's on the matter of the contract
    dispute. If they can find some flaw in the contract or in how the
    contract's obligations from sprintpcs have been carried out then they can
    get you out of your obligations depending on what they find. If I recall
    the contract does allow for arbitration of disputes. Granted there is no
    guarantee they will find fault in the contract or how it was carried out
    but saying there is no way for them to aid in breaking the contract is
    wrong. There may also be some local city/state regulations that might
    aid in nullifying this contract that these people took time to research.
    If anything the law is there to poke holes in other's sound logic so who
    knows what loop hole they may claim to invalidate the contract.

    I just want to re-state that I don't for a minute believe this BS but I do
    believe what they claim is possible just not a 100% guarantee that applies
    to everyone.



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    Steve Sobol
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    Re: New company to get you out of Sprint contracts & More

    Central wrote:

    >>This is a load of crap. A third-party has no control over a contract
    >>between you and your carrier. The best they can do is pay your early
    >>termination fee - maybe that's what they are doing. Legally, there is no
    >>way that the people running this site can break a contract between two
    >>parties where they aren't one of the parties to the contract.

    >
    >
    > I agree with you that this is a load of crap but keep in mind that these
    > people can act as your legal advisor's on the matter of the contract
    > dispute.


    So I'm going to trust some assmonkey who decided to spam a bunch of
    newsgroups, probably isn't an attorney and most likely is just out to scam a
    couple bucks off me?

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  6. #6
    Central
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    Re: New company to get you out of Sprint contracts & More

    On Sun, 19 Jun 2005 20:49:21 -0700, Steve Sobol wrote:

    > Central wrote:
    >
    >>>This is a load of crap. A third-party has no control over a contract
    >>>between you and your carrier. The best they can do is pay your early
    >>>termination fee - maybe that's what they are doing. Legally, there is no
    >>>way that the people running this site can break a contract between two
    >>>parties where they aren't one of the parties to the contract.

    >>
    >>
    >> I agree with you that this is a load of crap but keep in mind that these
    >> people can act as your legal advisor's on the matter of the contract
    >> dispute.

    >
    > So I'm going to trust some assmonkey who decided to spam a bunch of
    > newsgroups, probably isn't an attorney and most likely is just out to scam a
    > couple bucks off me?


    Of course not, which is why I said twice that this is a load of crap. I
    just disagreed that such offers are invalid on their face. Obviously you
    would look for qualified representatives/advisers.




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