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Old 03-25-2011, 02:12 PM
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How do i take sprint to small claims court here in Charlotte NC if they are not a local company.
Long story short I use the buy back program prior to canceling my service with Sprint they kept the money and they kept my phone and the jokers even applied my deposit to my account with out any intrest and they had it for about 3 years. Its time to handle this and just be treated fairly. Can anyone advise me how to get them into small claims court looking to $207 for the value of the cell phone that i returned to them and all fees to recover these monies. Please forward any information. I have recently filed complaints with the FCC, NC Attorney General and the BBB. Please advise or share any information to get them into court
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Old 03-25-2011, 06:08 PM
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Call Judge Judy.

Although, if they applied your deposit to your account, it would mean you had a balance due. I'm not sure what the "buy back" program you're talking about, but if its the one I'm thinking of, it is a trade in program, so if you trade your phone in, they'll apply the amount of trade in to your account. Did you think you'd get money from them for your phone, and then you'd cancel your contract with them? You can't be for real...
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Old 03-25-2011, 07:27 PM
Location: Lansing, MI
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You might be SOL on the buy back program. I have an eligible Sprint phone so I decided to read the fine print --- the SLA write up clearly states that the account has to be open, not closed, to receive the credit AND once the phone is turned over, it will not be returned.

When you check of "agree" to the SLA, you're indicating that you read and agree to the terms of the program. Did you read the fine print before agreeing to it?
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