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  1. #16
    Big Poppa
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    Re: Sprint: A good story gone bad (long)



    Phillipe2004 <[email protected]> wrote in article
    <[email protected]>:
    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > Phillipe2004 <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > > In article <[email protected]>,
    > > [email protected] (Big Poppa) wrote:
    > >
    > > > Do me a favor Phill leave my name out your mouth.

    >
    > Look, you don't want people to know you work for Verizon, shame on you!
    >
    > You don't like me quoting from your posts, don't post here.


    Lets Make it clear on what I consider to be cheating by getting a
    retention plan..

    Cheating:

    being still under contract and calling up repeatedly threatining to
    cancel when you really have NO intention on doing so, just so you can
    get the retention plan.

    Not Cheating:

    Fullfilling your Sprint PCS contract, and asking what Sprint PCS can
    offer you to keep your service. Or if you had valid problems in which
    Sprint in turn offered you a deal to make up for the problem.


    and I see you had no reply about YOUR answers not always being right
    either.. Cause you know I called you out on that huh.

    [posted via phonescoop.com]



    See More: Sprint: A good story gone bad (long)




  2. #17
    Justin
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    Re: Sprint: A good story gone bad (long)


    "Big Poppa" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    >
    > Phillipe2004 <[email protected]> wrote in article
    > <[email protected]>:
    > > In article <[email protected]>,
    > > Phillipe2004 <[email protected]> wrote:
    > >
    > > > In article <[email protected]>,
    > > > [email protected] (Big Poppa) wrote:
    > > >
    > > > > Do me a favor Phill leave my name out your mouth.

    > >
    > > Look, you don't want people to know you work for Verizon, shame on you!
    > >
    > > You don't like me quoting from your posts, don't post here.

    >
    > Lets Make it clear on what I consider to be cheating by getting a
    > retention plan..
    >
    > Cheating:
    >
    > being still under contract and calling up repeatedly threatining to
    > cancel when you really have NO intention on doing so, just so you can
    > get the retention plan.
    >
    > Not Cheating:
    >
    > Fullfilling your Sprint PCS contract, and asking what Sprint PCS can
    > offer you to keep your service. Or if you had valid problems in which
    > Sprint in turn offered you a deal to make up for the problem.
    >
    >
    > and I see you had no reply about YOUR answers not always being right
    > either.. Cause you know I called you out on that huh.
    >
    > [posted via phonescoop.com]



    Drop it already. Why can't you? You ask others to drop it. Hypocrite.
    But you can't. See?





  3. #18
    Phillipe2004
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    Re: Sprint: A good story gone bad (long)

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

    > Cheating:
    >
    > being still under contract and calling up repeatedly threatining to
    > cancel when you really have NO intention on doing so, just so you can
    > get the retention plan.
    >
    > Not Cheating:
    >
    > Fullfilling your Sprint PCS contract, and asking what Sprint PCS can
    > offer you to keep your service. Or if you had valid problems in which
    > Sprint in turn offered you a deal to make up for the problem.
    >
    >
    > and I see you had no reply about YOUR answers not always being right
    > either.. Cause you know I called you out on that huh.


    It's especially cute because as a Sprint employee he was 100%
    clairvoyent (or so he claimed) knowing who was quitting and who was
    faking.

    As I've said a bunch a times. If Sprint had a single non-secret
    Retention plan, they wouldn't have a problem. They bring this upon
    themselves by their Secret call a CSR and roll the dice and see what you
    get. Even Sprint employees tell one to hangup and call again. It's a
    call crap shoot, cause Sprint treats its customers like a Revenue
    Stream, not some one to be valued and helped.

    Remind us again why you were fired from Sprint?



  4. #19
    Scott Stephenson
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    Re: Sprint: A good story gone bad (long)

    Phillipe2004 wrote:


    >
    > As I've said a bunch a times. If Sprint had a single non-secret
    > Retention plan, they wouldn't have a problem. They bring this upon
    > themselves by their Secret call a CSR and roll the dice and see what you
    > get. Even Sprint employees tell one to hangup and call again. It's a
    > call crap shoot, cause Sprint treats its customers like a Revenue
    > Stream, not some one to be valued and helped.
    >


    Not providing public details of their retention program is no different than
    any other company- they all have them, and they don't publish the details.
    Ever try to stop service with AOL, DishTV, your cable company or your long
    distance provider- they all have' special deals' to entice you to stay.
    The problems with PCS go a lot deeper than whether or not they make public
    their retention plans.




  5. #20
    Big Poppa
    Guest

    Re: Sprint: A good story gone bad (long)



    Phillipe2004 <[email protected]> wrote in article
    <[email protected]>:
    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > [email protected] (Big Poppa) wrote:
    >
    > > Cheating:
    > >
    > > being still under contract and calling up repeatedly threatining to
    > > cancel when you really have NO intention on doing so, just so you can
    > > get the retention plan.
    > >
    > > Not Cheating:
    > >
    > > Fullfilling your Sprint PCS contract, and asking what Sprint PCS can
    > > offer you to keep your service. Or if you had valid problems in which
    > > Sprint in turn offered you a deal to make up for the problem.
    > >
    > >
    > > and I see you had no reply about YOUR answers not always being right
    > > either.. Cause you know I called you out on that huh.

    >
    > It's especially cute because as a Sprint employee he was 100%
    > clairvoyent (or so he claimed) knowing who was quitting and who was
    > faking.
    >
    > As I've said a bunch a times. If Sprint had a single non-secret
    > Retention plan, they wouldn't have a problem. They bring this upon
    > themselves by their Secret call a CSR and roll the dice and see what you
    > get. Even Sprint employees tell one to hangup and call again. It's a
    > call crap shoot, cause Sprint treats its customers like a Revenue
    > Stream, not some one to be valued and helped.
    >
    > Remind us again why you were fired from Sprint?


    Whats so wrong about not PUBLICLY offering a plan that is not for EVERY
    CUSTOMER. If it was advertised, then no one would activate service
    unless they could get the plan.. I personally hope they do away with
    them..They are nothing but a drag on the company as cause profit loss.

    And I have never said I was always 100% at any time.. I said I "pretty
    much" knew when someone was lying. that means some may have been REAL
    good liers enuff to fool me.

    [posted via phonescoop.com]



  6. #21
    Big Poppa
    Guest

    Re: Sprint: A good story gone bad (long)



    Phillipe2004 <[email protected]> wrote in article
    <[email protected]>:
    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > [email protected] (Big Poppa) wrote:
    >
    > > Cheating:
    > >
    > > being still under contract and calling up repeatedly threatining to
    > > cancel when you really have NO intention on doing so, just so you can
    > > get the retention plan.
    > >
    > > Not Cheating:
    > >
    > > Fullfilling your Sprint PCS contract, and asking what Sprint PCS can
    > > offer you to keep your service. Or if you had valid problems in which
    > > Sprint in turn offered you a deal to make up for the problem.
    > >
    > >
    > > and I see you had no reply about YOUR answers not always being right
    > > either.. Cause you know I called you out on that huh.

    >
    > It's especially cute because as a Sprint employee he was 100%
    > clairvoyent (or so he claimed) knowing who was quitting and who was
    > faking.
    >
    > As I've said a bunch a times. If Sprint had a single non-secret
    > Retention plan, they wouldn't have a problem. They bring this upon
    > themselves by their Secret call a CSR and roll the dice and see what you
    > get. Even Sprint employees tell one to hangup and call again. It's a
    > call crap shoot, cause Sprint treats its customers like a Revenue
    > Stream, not some one to be valued and helped.
    >
    > Remind us again why you were fired from Sprint?


    And I was fired for refering to many people to join Sprint PCS. They did
    not want to bother taking the time to call each refered person to verify
    I refered them, so they just decided to fire me instead.. Which I'm glad
    they did.

    [posted via phonescoop.com]



  7. #22
    Phillipe2004
    Guest

    Re: Sprint: A good story gone bad (long)

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

    > And I was fired for refering to many people to join Sprint PCS. They did
    > not want to bother taking the time to call each refered person to verify
    > I refered them, so they just decided to fire me instead.. Which I'm glad
    > they did.


    As I recall, you were taking regular customers and improperly saying you
    referred them, isn't that what you told us previously? You're lucky they
    didnt press charges.



  8. #23
    Phillipe2004
    Guest

    Re: Sprint: A good story gone bad (long)

    In article <[email protected].supernews.com>,
    [email protected] (Big Poppa) wrote:

    > Whats so wrong about not PUBLICLY offering a plan that is not for EVERY
    > CUSTOMER. If it was advertised, then no one would activate service
    > unless they could get the plan.. I personally hope they do away with
    > them..They are nothing but a drag on the company as cause profit loss.
    >
    > And I have never said I was always 100% at any time.. I said I "pretty
    > much" knew when someone was lying. that means some may have been REAL
    > good liers enuff to fool me.


    Totally delusional. You know better than Sprint. All you know
    is how to try to cheat them on referrals.


    When Ford gives an extra $1000 loyality rebate, its not a secret.



  9. #24
    Phillipe2004
    Guest

    Re: Sprint: A good story gone bad (long)

    In article <[email protected]>,
    Scott Stephenson <[email protected]> wrote:

    > The problems with PCS go a lot deeper than whether or not they make public
    > their retention plans.


    amen !!!



  10. #25
    Big Poppa
    Guest

    Re: Sprint: A good story gone bad (long)



    Phillipe2004 <[email protected]> wrote in article
    <[email protected]>:
    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > [email protected] (Big Poppa) wrote:
    >
    > > And I was fired for refering to many people to join Sprint PCS. They did
    > > not want to bother taking the time to call each refered person to verify
    > > I refered them, so they just decided to fire me instead.. Which I'm glad
    > > they did.

    >
    > As I recall, you were taking regular customers and improperly saying you
    > referred them, isn't that what you told us previously? You're lucky they
    > didnt press charges.


    People I refered were people I knew or had permission from that person
    to say I refered them. Nothin Illegal about that.. Referring an
    UNKNOWING person would not be right..

    [posted via phonescoop.com]



  11. #26
    Big Poppa
    Guest

    Re: Sprint: A good story gone bad (long)



    Phillipe2004 <[email protected]> wrote in article
    <[email protected]>:
    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > [email protected] (Big Poppa) wrote:
    >
    > > Whats so wrong about not PUBLICLY offering a plan that is not for EVERY
    > > CUSTOMER. If it was advertised, then no one would activate service
    > > unless they could get the plan.. I personally hope they do away with
    > > them..They are nothing but a drag on the company as cause profit loss.
    > >
    > > And I have never said I was always 100% at any time.. I said I "pretty
    > > much" knew when someone was lying. that means some may have been REAL
    > > good liers enuff to fool me.

    >
    > Totally delusional. You know better than Sprint. All you know
    > is how to try to cheat them on referrals.
    >
    >
    > When Ford gives an extra $1000 loyality rebate, its not a

    secret.

    Prove to me I cheated out of referals. Every referal I had was legit,
    and the person I said I refered was well aware of the refel from me.
    unlike half the other REAL cheaters out there you would just go through
    making up numbers till they got a valid number..

    And this is Sprint PCS not Ford. They are not going to give you money
    off the car becuase you come in 3 months after your buy the car and tell
    them, Give me $1000 off or I'm going to buy a Chevy.. They will be like
    Go ahead, but you still owe us money on the ford.

    So get over it, it is like that way for a reason.. Even if they Told a
    customer who was faking a cancelation that the plans are for customer
    who have finished contract, they would still complain untill they got
    it. then when they don't their sorry ass would come on here to cry like
    a baby about the "Poor" service they got becuase they did not get what
    they wanted.

    Some people on here had valid complaints, and they voiced them and let
    it be. the rest come in here and dwell on it to no end because they got
    their ego hurt. And then the rest are here to argu with other, like were
    doing now.. So Yuo can have the last word, I don't care, becuz I am
    ending this here and now.. So thank You for the discussion

    [posted via phonescoop.com]



  12. #27
    Phillipe2004
    Guest

    Re: Sprint: A good story gone bad (long)

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

    >
    >
    > Phillipe2004 <[email protected]> wrote in article
    > <[email protected]>:
    > > In article <[email protected]>,
    > > [email protected] (Big Poppa) wrote:
    > >
    > > > And I was fired for refering to many people to join Sprint PCS. They did
    > > > not want to bother taking the time to call each refered person to verify
    > > > I refered them, so they just decided to fire me instead.. Which I'm glad
    > > > they did.

    > >
    > > As I recall, you were taking regular customers and improperly saying you
    > > referred them, isn't that what you told us previously? You're lucky they
    > > didnt press charges.

    >
    > People I refered were people I knew or had permission from that person
    > to say I refered them. Nothin Illegal about that.. Referring an
    > UNKNOWING person would not be right..


    Sprint thought otherwise now, didn't they.

    Curbing customers that's called. Lucky they didnt press charges VZWguy.



  13. #28
    Phillipe2004
    Guest

    Re: Sprint: A good story gone bad (long)

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

    >
    >
    > Phillipe2004 <[email protected]> wrote in article
    > <[email protected]>:
    > > In article <[email protected]>,
    > > [email protected] (Big Poppa) wrote:
    > >
    > > > Whats so wrong about not PUBLICLY offering a plan that is not for EVERY
    > > > CUSTOMER. If it was advertised, then no one would activate service
    > > > unless they could get the plan.. I personally hope they do away with
    > > > them..They are nothing but a drag on the company as cause profit loss.
    > > >
    > > > And I have never said I was always 100% at any time.. I said I "pretty
    > > > much" knew when someone was lying. that means some may have been REAL
    > > > good liers enuff to fool me.

    > >
    > > Totally delusional. You know better than Sprint. All you know
    > > is how to try to cheat them on referrals.
    > >
    > >
    > > When Ford gives an extra $1000 loyality rebate, its not a

    > secret.
    >
    > Prove to me I cheated out of referals.


    I dont have to. You confessed to it.



  14. #29
    Big Poppa
    Guest

    Re: Sprint: A good story gone bad (long)

    Actually Sprint just saw a large lot of referalls and did not bother to
    verify thier validty.. If I was I could have sued them. Becuase they
    were all valid referals... I did not cheat them out of ****. If anything
    they gained profit from me instead of loosing profit.

    Phillipe2004 <[email protected]> wrote in article
    <[email protected]>:
    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > [email protected] (Big Poppa) wrote:
    >
    > >
    > >
    > > Phillipe2004 <[email protected]> wrote in article
    > > <[email protected]>:
    > > > In article <[email protected]>,
    > > > [email protected] (Big Poppa) wrote:
    > > >
    > > > > And I was fired for refering to many people to join Sprint PCS. They did
    > > > > not want to bother taking the time to call each refered person to verify
    > > > > I refered them, so they just decided to fire me instead.. Which I'm glad
    > > > > they did.
    > > >
    > > > As I recall, you were taking regular customers and improperly saying you
    > > > referred them, isn't that what you told us previously? You're lucky they
    > > > didnt press charges.

    > >
    > > People I refered were people I knew or had permission from that person
    > > to say I refered them. Nothin Illegal about that.. Referring an
    > > UNKNOWING person would not be right..

    >
    > Sprint thought otherwise now, didn't they.
    >
    > Curbing customers that's called. Lucky they didnt press charges VZWguy.


    [posted via phonescoop.com]



  15. #30
    Phillipe2004
    Guest

    Re: Sprint: A good story gone bad (long)

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

    > Actually Sprint just saw


    Your story keeps changes with time. When you first confessed 2 months
    you fully admitted your guilt. You gonnas make me do a Google search?



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