Faulty landline service from Verizon? Get your money back.

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We got tired of calling customer support about slow internet, bogus charges and no-show service appointments.

So we built a tool to send a written demand for what we deserved. It worked, so now we're making it available to you.

Why David?

David - Effective Way to Get Cash Back for Internet, Cable & Wireless Provider Faulty Service

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David was reviewed by consumer rights counsel licensed to practice in New York.

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David's copyrighted legal essay helps you estimate how much money you deserve. It only takes 5 minutes.

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We're so confident in the David system, we provide you free access and pick up the tab for printing and shipping. David gets 30% only if you receive a refund.

Did you know?

A professionally written customer complaint letter carries more weight than a phone call.

Verizon refunded 100% of my request just 2 days after receiving it.
I can’t tell you how happy I was when I got $480 back from Time Warner Cable after using David to report months of slow internet. The best part? I didn’t have to spend hours on the phone trying to get someone to actually listen to my problem.
David was easy to use. I finished in 7 minutes!

Tired of faulty landline service from Verizon?

The roll-up of state Bells and other companies, Verizon is the nation’s largest wireless service provider and a major provider of internet, wired telephone, and cable television services, as well as smartphones and other communications goods. The company reports that its mobile broadband covers 98% of the U.S. population. Verizon serves 108 million “retail connections” and 6.6 million “FiOS” Internet customers.

Verizon holds itself out as a reliable and trustworthy merchant of communications services through mass media campaigns on television and elsewhere. To finance its marketing full-court press, Verizon spends $2.5 billion on advertising annually. Verizon’s website touts dozens of awards for its employment practices, customer service, and other business practices.

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