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Sprint caught lying over customer privacy

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It's one thing for Sprint, Cingular and T-Mobile to be caught not being able to protect their customers' privacy, but it's quite another if they decide to lie about it. Sprint appears to be doing just that.

Dear Samuel,

I appreciate the opportunity to resolve your concern regarding the purchase of phone records.

We are aware of the article that you are referring to. Sprint has not decided to participate in this cause. I want to assure you that the privacy of our customers is of utmost importance to us and we will not compromise it in any manner.

Our legal advisors are also contemplating a legal action against this company.

Once again, I assure that your information is completely safe and only accessible to you.

Your satisfaction as a Sprint subscriber is important to us. If there is anything else I can assist you with, please reply to this email.

Warm Regards,

Candance S.
Sprint together with Nextel
"Where our customers come first!"
Well, then how did CNN and a friend of ours both buy Sprint customers' phone records today?

Can you hear me now? Good.

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