J Sharp

United States

#1 May 18, 2009
Two weeks ago, I unexpectedly received notice from MSN's "Hotmail" that my e-mail account was cancelled due to "spam". 1) I have never had anything to do with such & wouldn't know what or how do anything with it. 2) Criminals are given their day in court but, the good ol' boys at MSN wouldn't even talk to me about their arbitrary decision; and, 3) they've refused to give me the list of my contacts. These people are evidently so arrogant that they can afford to alienate their clients. How can I file a formal complaint with the Federal Trade Commission and the Federal Communications Commission? Your assistance is greatly appreciated.
Sincerely,
Jeff Sharp

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