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30 Days notice and online contracts?



 
 
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Old March 6th 05, 01:26 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
rhythmmaster
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At last someone who agrees we are all getting shafted with unregulate
contracts!

I only used work contracts as an example of signature based contracts
which are lets face it the only clear type of legal document available
Over the phone and online "contracts" do NOT benefit the domesti
customer as they have no record and as already posted most are totall
unregulated and convoluted!

Yes it is fair to give notice to an employer as you are leaving them i
a compromising position if you dont. Do you think leaving an ISP withou
notice causes them many problems.....except the obvious lose of tha
precious 24.99?

At the end of the day i am paying an ISP for a service, when i n
longer want the service i should be able to drop it totally! If th
contract is called a 1 month contract that is how long it should last!

Interested to hear more comments on this

Thank

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Old March 7th 05, 11:28 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Tony Hogarty
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Default 30 Days notice and online contracts?

On Sun, 06 Mar 2005 13:26:24 +0000, rhythmmaster wrote:

At the end of the day i am paying an ISP for a service, when i no longer
want the service i should be able to drop it totally! If the contract is
called a 1 month contract that is how long it should last!

Interested to hear more comments on this

Thanks


So would you be happy if they just decide to drop you with no notice when
they decide they don't want your custom? Leaving you without
connectivity, email etc. etc. just because they fancy it.

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