A contract is fair as long as both the parties understand and agree to the conditions willingly; after a deal is closed neither side can turn around and say that he was unfairly treated. This holds true and I guess it's but proper to honor what's in the contract but there's always an exception to the rule like what I went through previously. Was caught in a 24 months locked in contract. I did my share by paying my dues diligently on time as much as possible, but what would I do if I was left hoping to get a good service they've promised? Worse of all I got contradicting answers to my queries. I have so many things in hand to accomplish yet that dilemma was preventing me for so long doing what has to be done. So I made a decision. I just hope they would be able to put themselves in my place and do know exactly where I was coming from. For there's also a proverb that says, He who pays the piper calls the tune. And that means, the person who pays for something has the right to do as he wants...[though I believe to some certain extent only so as to protect each one's right whether you are a consumer or the other]. That's why we have our Department of Trade and Industry, to protect traders as well as the consumers, and it's but legal to give every one a just and fair treatment.
And twenty days of waiting patiently, yes 20... wasn't too bad at all if I chose to do what's best for me...
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