Isn't holding phone numbers hostage against some law at this point in time?
I have moved, I no longer own the house my landline was tied to. I have wasted 6 + horus of time over the course of a week trying to get Verizon to release a "freeze on number' problem so I can get the number ported to a new phone service.
I just received my 6 message from the new company that Verizon refuses to release the number,
What do I have to do at this point to get Verizon to release my number? Who can I contact? I keep getting the run around and no one will help me.
The last person I spoke with said I was having problems because I had the same number for 24 years and that made it difficult to relase.
Can someone please help me?
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