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Verizon misled me into buying a high speed internet service. They advertises 1000 MBPS, but the tests showed less than 50. A tech came out for repair. Was unable to fix it. I cancelled the service, and they insisted on charging me $79, which I didn't pay, sending them a notification as to why. They submitted it to Experian and to a collection agency, and screwed up my credit. I asked Experian to remove it and they did not after some claim to have investigated. Is there some way to get this removed/ IN addiciton their are old credit issues that I do not recognize.
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