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[Mar. 27th, 2004|04:38 pm]
桜井香津美
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I'm so pissed off and frustrated right now. I'm in a huge financial mess.

As I previously said, I recently purchased a new car. However, my entire next paycheck goes to serve as the rest of a down payment... meaning, my mom has to pay all my bills for April, so I can do that.

And about a month ago, I transferred my wireless phone account into my name. My service provider is Verizon. I've been with them 2 years now, and never had any problems before at all. Until now. When I paid a $125 deposit, it was placed onto my account, supposedly leaving me with a $25 credit balance for March.

Today, I view my March statement online. They had reversed that $125 credit, leaving me with a $200 balance to pay (for February and March). I'm screwed. I'm working my ass off, and I still can't do or pay anything by myself.

So much for getting a new phone to replace this old and worn and SHITTY one. I can't let my mom pay it... but she's being nice and offered to, so naturally I feel really bad.

I'll never fucking get out of debt to my mom. I hate it, and i'm sick of it (all).
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[User Picture]From: il_pleut
2004-03-27 02:02 pm (UTC)
did you call verizon and ask them what crack they're on?
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[User Picture]From: xochitl
2004-03-27 07:30 pm (UTC)
If Verizon doesn't clear up the problem (or if they give you crap about it), you may want to take your business elsewhere. When I moved to Sprint, Alltel tried to charge my dad a fee because he "broke the contract" even though I had my number for two years (as per the contract). They said it was because I didn't have the actual PHONE for two years. It was bull.

Look on the bright side; at least your mom doesn't charge you interest. ;)
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