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LifeinAsia - 5:12 pm on May 29, 2009 (gmt 0)
yeah right as if any of you are going to read the small terms and conditions
Ignorance of the law is no excuse. If you can't be bothered to read (and understand) their terms of service, why should they be bothered to refund any money that isn't rightly due?
If you have any hope to win your dispute (which I don't think you do), you certainly do NOT want to mention the fact that you never read the ToS. Although it's probably the first thing they will ask in arbitration.
Chalk it up to an expensive learning lesson. And actually LEARN from the lesson and read the ToS before agreeing to anything in the future. It doesn't matter (much) what they advertise- it's the fine print that you agree to that matters.