T Mobileharassing phone calls

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T- Mobile is allowing one of their customers to make
several harassing phone calls to my business phone
several times a day. This is disrupting my order of
business which is a security company. I can not place
a block on this number because it is a cell phone and also because it is a long distance number not a local.
I feel that if any person is allowed to use any product
in any manor that could ruin another persons business
or lively hood then their service should be suspended


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    Kimberlee Nov 13, 2008
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    Let me ask you, if a child decides that while no one is home they should make some crank calls does a phone company have the right to turn off the parents service? Hopefully you have enough sense to say "no". A phone company has no ability to tell who is using the service or what the intention of a person's call to someone else is. It's not possible for a company to just jump ship on fcc regulations on who is authorized to call in to make changes to an account either. So, in your example there is nothing a phone company can possibly do, so it's really unfair of you to drag t-mobile through the mud, just because you find yourself in a awful position.

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