You do not all the time know whom you are going to annoy.
But when you are going to annoy a buyer, it is in all probability unwise to bother somebody who’s gained the George Polk Award for authorized reporting.
But right here we’re with AT&T twiddling its thumbs over right here and Josh Marshall, the celebrated journalist behind — and atop — Speaking Factors Memo over there, tweeting urgently with, one imagines, a number of fingers and maybe a slight snarl.
What, you may marvel, has AT&T accomplished? (This time.)
Properly, here is how Marshall began his tale on Twitter: “Oh cool, @ATT charging me a second time for a similar iPhone. I do not know the way this complete firm would not get shut down for fraud. Their complete enterprise mannequin seems to be primarily based on false bank card costs