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I have an ongoing dispute with a satellite provider not honoring

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I have an ongoing dispute with a satellite provider not honoring an agreement that was made. I told them I had a current provider and they told me they would pay any cancellation fees if I switched. Now they are telling me that I made that agreement with the employee that I let into my home and they are not responsible. Do I have any chance of getting compensation or should I just let it go? I am currently paying for two providers as I am not able to cancel until October 2013. The amount would be around $800.

You should continue to pursue the matter. The employee represented himself as being able to enter into such an agreement. The employee is effectively an Agent for the employer and the employer is responsible. You relied on the employees statement to obtain the contracted services. It appears they admit their employee offered the payment of cancellation fees.


You should file a claim with the better business bureau. If no relief is obtained from the BBB then you should file a claim in small claims ( JP court) to get you fees back.



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