I signed up with Dish Network last year in Oct. 2014 for a year service, never for 2 yrs. Now they are claiming I signed a 2 yr contract. That was NEVER the case, I did a phone contract for 1 year. Now I am wanting to cancel my service and they are wanting to automatically withdraw $260 from my bank account for early termination fees. When I asked to see this supposed signed contract, their is a forged signature on this contract. What can I do????
Probably not much. I'm changing this to consumer law.
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You most likely agreed to a 2 year contract. Dish usually requires a 2 year agreement. Try and negotiate with them for a smaller early termination fee, or keep the service for the second year and then terminate. That will probably be cheaper and at least you will get the service.
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