Billing a phantom customer us
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA -- These crazy lunatics refuse to remove credit card
billing, which is obviously fraudulent.
We tried, oh, how we tried, to get it through the thick heads of the folks at billing that we did not order, nor have we ever used their service.
Fourteen orders were processed, all with the same name, in a period of several days. "Hmm.. it does
look suspicious, the billing supervisor intoned,"
after we got nowhere with the regular billing person. Now, why would it be suspicious that two people living in an apartment would open up 14 separate accounts, all in their name? Because it was done fraudulently, you morons. Why would anyone need more than one of any account? Yet we
did not even order one. This service, whatever it is, was not used, has not been seen, was never ordered, and yet, the billing people at this multi-billion dollar corporation cannot even see the hand in front of their face. Take the charges off, my dear moronic friends. We never have, and, owing to this experience, never will, subscribe to any service Microsoft offers.