I can’t believe it!
I just received a phone bill from our friends at Chung Hwa, with calls dated in Feb, March and April of this year! The calls (about 50) appear to be to a cellphone or pager number which is no longer in service.
Do we have any recourse in suggesting that the phone company has gone beyond a reasonable time limit for issuing a phone bill? As some of the calls are 9 months old, it’s going to be a little difficult to justify whether the calls were made, and then to discuss the matter with my housemates (“hey, I remember YOU made those calls…”).
And of course, with the phone bill due, I’m a little worried that our “friends” may not quite understand the issue I’m trying to raise, and simply decide to cut the line if our not-negotiable payment is late.
The bill is for $2700+. Should I just pay it (to keep the line intact) and then try to negotiate?