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Corporate Ethics?


Corporate Ethics?

My son's phone was used in the commission of a crime against him and is now in the posession of the Attorney General's Office of our state.  I went to the ATT store, explained the situation and was informed the best solution was for me to do an upgrade and get him a new iphone 5.  It appears ATT will make this solution very easy as long as I pay more money.  Can someone please be in touch with me and help me see how AT&T is not in the business of making a profit from the tragedy of a minor?


I would really like to talk to a corporate ethcis officer, or an Ombudsman.  


Thank you,

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Re: Corporate Ethics?

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