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If your daughter is refusing to pay the bill, and running up charges, you have the legal option of suing her for breach of contract
. That includes both the phone bills you've been paying for her and the termination fee. Even if the agreement was verbal, that creates a binding agreement and the money can be collected. If you can tell me what state you're in, I can get you Small Claims
information for that state.
The other option is to send her a letter, via certified mail, that you will sue her for both the termination fee and the charges if she does not pay you immediately. In some cases, that helps with people who simply don't expect to be held accountable for the money they owe.
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