• Stop Verizion Wireless from Charging to make bill Payments
    Verizon Wireless, the country's largest cellphone company, said Thursday that it will start charging $2 for every payment subscribers make over the phone or online with their credit cards. The company said this "convenience fee" will be introduced Jan. 15. The fee won't apply to electronic check payments or to automatic credit card payments set up through Verizon's AutoPay system. Paying by credit card in a Verizon store will also be free, as will mailing a check.
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    Created by Sean Murphy
  • Verizon to add $2 bill-pay charge
    Verizon will add a $2 fee for one-time telephone and online bill payments.The planned change, to take effect on January 15, was greeted by a storm of criticism.
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    Created by Astrid
  • VERIZON needs to DROP $2.00 fees!
    This is about VERIZON choosing to add on a $2.00 convenience fee for using your cell phone or internet to make a payment. GREAT way to anger a client base by using less human power and charging your clients additional charges. DROP the Convenience FEES they are ONLY convenient for VERIZON.
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    Created by Robin Edwards Harvey
  • GEICO Insurance needs more regulation
    Have you been denied a claim by GEICO. Have you been accused of fraud by GEICO. If you have had any problems with GEICO this petition is for you.
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    Created by Vincent Cannady
  • I Support Deregulation of Gas and Electricity in Wisconsin
    Wisconsin has the opportunity to join more than 20 other States who have successfully deregulated gas and electricity utilities--to the financial benefit of their residential and business customers. Actual utility bills show that Illinois residents, alone, pay nearly 25%-45% LESS than Wisconsin residents for the same services--thanks to deregulation. We have experienced this success in other area, for instance, landline and cell phone service. Help us to collect 1,000 signatures to show that we are serious about lowering our utility bills. Thank you.
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    Created by Harriet C Callier MSCM CPCS
  • Boycott businesses lobbying for internet censorship!
    Our country is being run by corporations, so be it. We will appeal to them for the change we want, with the thing they need the most, our money.
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    Created by Steven
  • Treat Corporations like people.
    Corporations want to be treated like people in the eyes of the law. Ok, prosicute them like people too. Prosicute the ceo, the board of directors and their lawyers. Lock them up if guilty. Fining them is a joke.
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    Created by Paul Swaggerty
  • Fix our housing crisis
    I think I have a partial and easy solution to the housing crisis. Until we fix the housing crisis in CA, Nevada, AZ and Florida, the economy will not recover.
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    Created by Allison Burke
  • Bankrupting the Nation: Corporate Welfare
    Corporate welfare is any government spending program that provides unique benefits or advantages to specific companies or industries. Billions of dollars in corporate welfare are given in the form of subsidies, tax discounts, payroll rebates, cash grants, training funds, low-cost loans and leases, free buildings and free land and avoidance of costs of environmental health and safety. Most of this “aid” is given without public knowledge. Examples include the USDA giving $100 million taxpayer dollars yearly to exporters of food and other agricultural products to market their products overseas e.g. Sunkist, Dole, Gallo, Sunsweet; the Department of Commerce ‘s Advanced Tech Program giving $200 million taxpayer dollars anually in research grants to some of the nation's largest high-tech companies; those grants allow private companies to use taxpayer dollars to help them develop and bring to market profitable new products and the Export-Import Bank using $700 million taxpayer dollars/ year to provide subsidized financing to foreign purchasers of U.S. goods.
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    Created by Marianna Tomasino
  • Demand Pecora Hearings Be Held For The Banksters
    The law requires Pecora Hearings when a large fraud is committed against the American people.The name comes form the District Attorney who held the hearings previously when this occurred.These hearings have still not been held.No one has been held accountable for the largest fraud in history.
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    Created by Paula Vargem
  • Corporations are not people, money is not speech
    The supreme court recently carried the meaning of "corporate personhood" to an extreme, and equated the unlimited, anonymous spending of money with free speech. The effect of this on our electoral system, already direly corrupted by money, is unlikely to be constructive in any way. It may prove the end of free and fair elections in America. Are you willing to take that risk?
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    Created by Leyla Hill
  • Ending Corporate Personhood
    My petition is about reducing corporate power by eliminating the idea of corporate personhood.
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    Created by david klar