So you’re sitting there watching TV, and a commercial comes blasting through about some really neat thing you can do by texting “pants” to 12345. Blinded by the possibilities, you slap that unlock screen and hurry to the messaging app. Now, weeks later, the excitement of that night has passed, and you find yourself in front of a bill that has a few extra charges on it, since those pants jokes were apparently not free. Some may have paid that bill without even noticing. Others, begrudgingly typed in that credit card number, and a few probably even called in to give that cell phone man a good stern talkin’ to. No matter who you are, if you’re a Verizon customer, you might be owed some of that money back.
Now the information here might be different for those who are still Verizon customers, but either way Big Red has stepped up and taken charge of the situation by offering credit to anybody who fell victim to services where it was not spelled out clearly that this was not a normal text message. Be sure to head to www.premiumsmsrefunds.com and see if you’ve got some money headed your way!