A Campaign for Fair Treatment for Bell Prepaid Wireless Customers
Together we can be united and strong
Why this campaign?
Bell presents two different expiry dates to the customer. Which is the valid expiry date?
Bell claims the customer's unused balances as forfeited even before the expiry day is over.
Because of Bell's practices, prepaid wireless customers have lost untold millions of dollars.
Prepaid wireless customers include seniors, youth, minimum-wage workers and the unemployed.
These are vulnerable consumers who can least afford to lose their funds or their mobile service.
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Appeal Court decision on Monday

April 02, 2016
By Celia Sankar

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Appeal of Bell Mobility Class Action

The wait is almost over.

The Ontario Court of Appeal is expected to release its decision on Sankar vs Bell Mobility on Monday.

So, in a few hours, we'll know whether the court will order Bell to give back the money it took from prepaid wireless services customers on so-called "expiry dates."

Look out for an update from me. Until then, have a great weekend.

All the best,



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