Virgin Mobile Defrauding Customers - Do other companies do this?
by Rusty Porter
I recently found out that Virgin Mobile Top-Up cards have an expiration date (they won't clarify it for me but it appears to be 60 days from purchase date). Once the cards expire Virgin will not honor them and simply pockets the money without ever providing the service contracted for. I don't know how many people let cards expire but this has to be a huge windfall of pure profit that Virgin is simply not entitled to. After all, the cards do not show an expiration date or have any notice printed on them warning customers that they may not receive what they paid for.
With pending litigation that is all I will say about Virgin but I want to know if other companies engage in this type of deceit, fraud and outright theft?