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From the TURN December 4, 2013 email action alert:

We need your help to hold Verizon accountable to its customers.

It appears that Verizon has become increasingly pushy in its campaign to switch customers from their traditional, copper wire home phone service to more expensive FiOS or VoiceLink.

Please let us know if you contacted Verizon asking for your phone line to be repaired and Verizon either:

1) Pressured you to switch to FiOS or VoiceLink.

2) Told you that your phone service could not be repaired and that you had no choice but to switch to FiOS or VoiceLink.

3) Switched your service to FiOS or VoiceLink without your knowledge and you found out only after you received your monthly bill.

We need as many people as possible to respond so that we can document the problem and protect consumer rights.  If Verizon pressured you to switch service- or told you that you had to, please e mail us at turn@turn.org immediately!

Other help and issues at TURN's website

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Originally posted to Central Valley Kossacks on Wed Dec 04, 2013 at 05:56 PM PST.

Also republished by California politics, Los Angeles Kossacks, SFKossacks, San Diego Kossacks, Southern California Inland Empire Kossacks, and KosAbility.

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