An excellent question. The entire process is really suspicious - it asks for a ton of personal information, the people I dealt with had terrible English, the website seems to be Rogers affiliated but it's uncertain, the reps call/text/and email repeatedly. The entire thing smacks of phishing. There's got to be a better way.
Agree. Just got an email thanking me for selecting Red Wireless as my trusted provider - which of course I did not. It really con cerns me. I dod not want to acknowledge them in anyway - even to call them and say I never authorized anything in connection to them. It feels like a