rollo2016

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rollo2016

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Water is very cheap in the US, whether it comes from your own well or via "city water" as they say. However, buying water in a bottle from a retailer is hit and miss as to quality. Some just bottle plain old "city water" while others claim to get their from spring water or call it "enhanced" by putting some minerals and other ingredients into it. The end result is hit and miss and very, very expensive for you, the consumer. Apparently, there are still some people out there who are trying to impress others by carrying around a bottle of water, etc. Best to just buy a water bottle, fill it with tap water and go on your way. Remember what P.T. Barnum said---------

rollo2016

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The RCA tablet is not known for reliability, only it's cheap price to buy. Other companies make good tablets. Do some research and buy a better one while throwing the RCA in the trash. By the way, save your money and do not buy an extended or whatever they call it warranty for anything. You usually end up losing your money, as you found out with the RCA purchase. All you did was put money in Walmart and others pockets by buying it.

rollo2016

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Four year to notice a strange charge on your credit card statement? You'll get no sympathy here. As for them "getting ahold of your card" it's because you or someone with access to your card info gave it to them when they took advantage of the trial credit score info for a dollar. In their terms they state they will enroll you in their monthly program unless you cancel withing 7 days. This you did not do. This is how we learn. Now you know.

rollo2016

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Perhaps the very first question you should ask or find out about is where a health insurer has it customer service provided from and if it is out of the US then immediately pick find another. In your case, ignore the bill. They most likely have a "tolerance" amount but if they are a scam insurance company---and from the location of their customer service it appears they are---then they may very well send it to collections. However, once that is done, make sure you don't pay it just to make it go away---any "hit" on your credit would be minor and the point is to never pay for something you don't owe just because a large corporation is thuggish about their collection methods. By the way, you might want to make sure you didn't get an insurance Explanation of Benefits from them explaining some medical procedure you had and how much they paid and how much you owe, etc. Perhaps you really do owe something. Verify that you don't owe something first.

rollo2016

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What you should have told them was that since they failed to deliver as promised, you consider the order cancelled and will refuse delivery if they actually deliver to you at some point in the future. Then, if they have already charged your credit card---you didn't make the mistake of paying with a debit card, did you?---file a dispute for product never received. If the card isn't charged yet, contact your card company and have them deny any charge from BB. Or, you could just tell the card people the story and have them tell you whether it is advisable to cancel the card and issue a new one, etc. However you do it, make sure you don't accept the appliances from BB or pay for it. Best Buy is really not a good place to buy much of anything anymore.

 
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