So I bought 2 phones apple and samsung. And never got a copy of my recipe ok. Well i kept kept getting this he feeling like I got So I went down to the store to get a copy of my purchases to see what everything playect. So I do the math and this weird number pops up and guess what it's not the subtotal there us 109 missing from my charge and i was tld its the activation fee. Well if that's the case why is it not stated on my recipe and how coe it's hidden in my grand total. 3 employees could not figure our that it must have they keep saying activation it's only 35.00 per line that's 70 not 109.00 pur line. I'm sorry but if you're going to add that to my bill you better explain it I want my money back that is that is so not right that's stealing nobody was told me what that money was for they didn't know what the money was for it was not put on my receipt so therefore I did not purchase it give me back my money give me back my money you took and cannot account for words account for where it's at and tell me where it's at on my receipt my receipt I've entitled to my money back That's misleading and it's stealing skilling you're stealing from your customers.
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So I do the math and this weird number pops up and guess what it's not the subtotal there us 109 missing from my charge
What do you mean by this? ⬆️ Missing???
how did you pay for the phones? Cash, check, debit card, credit card?
please explain better .
When you purchase a new phone using installments you have to pay sales tax up front on the full cost of the phone. Depending on your state law and tax percentage $54 per $800 or $900 phone for sales tax does not sound too unusual.