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bankrupt/close down the verizon ( verizon cult fiction)
rottencs
Newbie

{please keep it relevant}

Just ONE issue: today I was looking at ONE email in my "spam detector" file. I went to delete that message, and the verizon deleted my whole file, all 154 messages. No prompt, no querie, just empty. I got on the useless ....4966# and went thru 5 or 6 robots, 4 or 5 people (robots also) and after 1 1/2 hours, was finally told... they are GONE! since we all know they can be retrieved and so many "tech reps, tech experts, tech svc supvrs could not (would not) do it, well....what do you think???

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Re: bankrupt/close down the verizon ( verizon cult fiction)
topdog
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There is no way that they can be retrieved.  You probably did it yourself by clicking the delete at the top of the row of E mails which will delete them.  I doubt very seriously if Verizon did it!