Am I obligated to return the phone if I refuse to pay even though they gave it to me without any conditions at the time of sign up with the carrier? (I believe this was employee error, but feel like I shouldn't have to loose the phone I was told was free with no strings attached even if the... Read more »
answered on Jun 25, 2017
Be careful to read all of the terms and conditions. But yes: if they actually gave it to you it's yours.
if i have paperwork
answered on Aug 27, 2016
It is doubtful. If the proceeds of the policy escheated to the Territory of Alaska some 90 years ago, the statute of limitations on claiming the funds has probably long-since passed.
In Alaska where I live over something fraudulent over a phone bill I didn't make or create
answered on May 14, 2016
It is very doubtful that you can do anything about it. You could check the court file to see how you were allegedly served with process, but I seriously doubt that you would be able to prove the proof of service to be wrong, after all of these years. There is, as I recall, a statute which... Read more »
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