Well, having extolled the virtues of having a CLTR on other threads, it didn’t work with Globul today. Well, not without a 120 leva deposit, anyway.
Having had numerous contracts with Mtel, Bulsatcom, etc. over the past year with just producing the CLTR, the local Globul manager refused it, without me paying a deposit.
He would quite happily accept the Bulstat card for a contract under the company name, without a deposit.
A couple of amusing things that he said to justify his position were..
a) "you could go back to England at any time”, as if owning a company and a CLTR and living in the country was any more of an inducement to return to the UK than just owning a company (and perhaps not even living in the country) or as if they couldn’t go broke at any time and I’d lose my deposit
b) “there is money (I think he said 3000 leva) in the company bank account that we can recover”. Lol, little does he know we don’t even have a company account, let alone money in it.
It is a pity because they have a 15 leva per month package that gives 500 mins (1000 for the first few months) to UK (Eurozone) landlines. This beats my current Mtel package of 100 mins for 9.95, that is about to expire, hands down.
Anyone know if this requirement for a deposit, when using CLTR, is across the board with Globul or whether it varies depending upon store?