JamesH

I suppose this is what comes of not reading all the fine print, but I still don’t like to feel “tricked” when a company sticks things into the fine print that seem to counter what they advertise. Specifically, I wasn’t happy with the total bill for Front Point’s equipment, which ended up being a larger charge upfront than what I’d calculated or planned on. When I read the base prices for the various equipment packages, and got approved (thanks to good credit) for the $300 discount, I didn’t think I’d be paying any out of pocket for the equipment. Bottom line: Get specific prices and do the math before you take the plunge.

JamesH
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