Yep, Time Warner Cable still sucks...
"Patrick Stewart loses 'will to live' thanks to crappy cable company"
http://now.msn.com/patrick-stewart-lose … le-company
Mr. Stewart is lucky. When it came time to close his account, TWC will keep billing him even after he's paid the account in full and turned in the equipment. Apparently, Time Warner Cable is big on billing for unrendered services. Leastwise, that's what they are doing to me right now.
My rant towards Time Warner Cable continues, though I haven't heard from them for a couple weeks. My best analysis is that they really think they can bill for un-rendered services. Seriously.
They do that in Canada dish business continues billing even after suspending your account and is considered accepted if you continue to pay its in their latest TOS update.
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