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Thursday, April 24, 2008


Paul Herring

As a former Net-flix customer I was elated about getting a free month. I discontinued my account because I could no longer afford the service.

I call Netflix and cashed in on my free 16.99 three at a time subscription.

When the rep asked for a Credit card number he assured me my account would be free for 30 days.

He neglected to tell me that I would have to buy a month in order to get the free month. So it cost me $16 bucks to redeem my $16 award.

But, I guess as long as the lawyers got paid.
We showed them

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