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Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by frankygamer, May 10, 2012.
What trouble? There is no trouble. There will be no trouble.
False. DirecTV would not be the party choosing to cancel, the customer would by not accepting the TOS. It is the customer's choice to not accept or abide by the TOS - thereby choosing to cancel their device. They are therefore responsible for an ETF if their contract has not expired.
Maybe not an actual gun no, but I'm sure their lawyers are holding a preverbial gun to their heads.
In this day and age that's not possible.
Not forcing to cancel, no. The key words are "may cancel". As far as the Terms & Conditions, no they can't offer more than one set.
Actually Terms & Conditions is a legally binding document. Will it hold up in court? Not always, no. That's why you take it to court, to try to beat it.
Why the heck do things have to get personal? Why can't you guys make your point without the personal jabs?
This has played out and I'm closing it. If you're missing a post it's because you're rude and weren't civil...ya just had to make it a personal jab.