Posted by sean on November 4, 2008 at 11:44 pm in Me Vs. The World, Mobile Phones with No Comments

I am not impressed AT ALL!

I left work early this afternoon to sign up for a mobile phone contract, complete with an iphone.

Anyone who has signed up for a mobile contract will know A LOT of checks are done before you are accepted into the ‘contract club’. Everything was going well – they verified me as a safe human being, and not a member of Al-qaeda. My current flat passed the test as a nice, well-kept home and not a crack den.

Then they wanted to know about my previous address. That’s when the problems started. Between February 2006 and February 2007, I lived in a shared house. Turns out some useless idiot I used to live with has been bad and blacklisted the address, and in turn my own, personal credit rating!

Until I clear my name, I am screwed. Unable to get loan. Unable to obtain a mortgage. Unable to get a mobile phone contract!

If I was at fault, I would accept the problem and deal with it, but I am 100% certain I am innocent. I have always paid my bills on time. I have never owned a credit card. I have an overdraft, but have maintained my finances so well, I have never used it!

After an evening of stress, I have some numbers to ring. I hope I get somewhere with this, because it simply isn’t fair how I should suffer like this because of a poorly organised credit-rating system, and a moron who isn’t able to maintain his/her own money.

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