Verizon Customer Fakes Death to End Contract
He expected to receive condolences, but instead got questions about the document's authenticity, and was eventually found out by those crafty Verizon agents.
Ultimately he was forced to pay up to get out of his contract, which is a drag, but he's a lot luckier than some other cell phone users. Instead of possibly winding up in Federal prison for document forgery, those who want to get out of their cell phone agreements might consider some safer alternatives such as trading their contracts through CellSwapper or CellTradeUSA? Or, if you're a Sprint customer, you could just try calling them every day for a month ...
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