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I have a question about what your prices are for fix it information resolutions. I have not been given a solution, nor did I know what you are charging me for help. Please don't continue to place any charges on my card until such time, as I know what I am purchasing. As your web page failed to state what your charges are for service.
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    I have a question about what your prices are for fix it information resolutions. I have not been given a solution, nor did I know what you are charging me for help. Please don't continue to place any charges on my card until such time, as I know what I am purchasing. As your web page failed to state what your charges are for service.
       Jerome Alston, RCP,AAS, BS

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I'm sorry, but this should be submitted to customer service, as this is only a forum for consumers asking questions and non-hired "Experts" who answer these free questions of a technical nature.

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