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By goddamnit - / Saturday 14 March 2009 02:57 / United States
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Yeah, you're probably not going to get much sympathy for this, especially since all you had to do was take two seconds to see that the sender's e-mail address was from your own school.

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Yeah, you're probably not going to get much sympathy for this, especially since all you had to do was take two seconds to see that the sender's e-mail address was from your own school.

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By  Amkii

I kind of know where you're coming from on this, actually. PCH was trying to bill me for something for the longest time before I finally just called them and said, "What do you want!?" Though, I had a right to think all the calls and e-mails were spam... I never did buy anything from them, so they deleted the charges/bill. Sadly you can't exactly say, "I never went to your college, stop billing me." lol #4 - lol! I agree!

This happened to me just a few weeks ago. Write a letter to the enrollment board asking to reconsider this. Say you learned a valuable life lesson, contribute to the school, and highly value your education, blah blah blah. And do it ASAP, the faster, the more likely they are to truly think you care. Good luck!

Wow... congrats, even you forgot to pay the tuition (lame...) you deleted the mails that would have reminded you to do so (even lamer)... so frankly, you deserved it

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1. Reading is fundamental. It is also a good idea. 2. Paying your bills is also fundamental and a good idea. 3. Go to your college and beg them to take your money -- you *do* have the money for them, right? Colleges like money. Offer to give it to them. And explain that you're an idiot who deleted their emails as spam. At the rate you're impressing them with your intelligence they'll realize you're good for at least 5 years of tuition fees and happily take your money.

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