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|Gsm Service Providers In Nigeria Are Corporate Thieves by Heffalump(m): 10:45pm On Sep 06, 2017|
Folks, it is no longer news as this issue has been extensively dealt with on this forum in the past. Our GSM service providers are all corporate thieves going by the manner in which they secretly lure customers and deduct call credits on their network. To make matters worst, most times it is done such that you don't even get the deduction alerts, and for the purpose in which the deduction was performed.
This habit is very worrisome and we can't afford to sit unconcerned and watch while the poachers are at it again. The atrocities from these companies are so numerous and seems to be growing firmer because NCC is not helping matters either. I shared this painful and dastardly acts with some members of the public and every single person I spoke to has been affected before. Some peeps even threaten to start committing sabotage against the communication facilities. But two wrongs can't make a right!
The question is, should we lead a public protest before the authorities react to this shameless and desparate acts from the GSM service providers? When you call the customercare and lodge a complain, they simply opt you out or stop the deductions which you didn't subscribe to, but they won't refund your money!! The damage has already been done. Corporate Thieves they are!!!
All of them are culprits (glo, MTN, airtel, and 9mobile).
Am so sad
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