Getting Hosed: After Vietnam Vet Rodney Andrews Got Hit With $10,700 Water Bill At House Where He'd Never Lived, He Gets A Surprise Of New Appliances To Make It A Home
Getting Hosed: Woman Charged $24,000 For Water She Never UsedAfter Mayor Lori Lightfoot recently announced a plan to resume meter installations, we looked into the City program and discovered how ineffective it will be -- especially for one Chicagoan getting hosed.
Getting Hosed: One Woman Gets Hosed And Bulldozed By The CityCamella Batten is retired, she’s fought cancer, and she’s scared of COVID-19. But her biggest obstacle? The City of Chicago.
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Chicago’s Water Billing Services Ranks Among The Worst In The Midwest For Customer Satisfaction, According To A 2019 SurveyThe 2019 J.D. Power Water Utility Residential Customer Satisfaction Study measured customer satisfaction in 90 water utility services across the United States.
Getting Hosed: The City's $61,000 Mistake Costs One Man The Sale Of His South Side Home“My lawyer called me and said, 'You owe $61,000,'” Hamza Alkamel said. “I was stunned. I’m like, what?”
Getting Hosed: City Charges Church $6,000 For Water Even Though It Shouldn't Receive A BillOver the last year, Chicagoans have reached out to CBS 2 Investigators for help with inexplicable water bills.
Getting Hosed: Vietnam Veteran Continues His Fight With The Department Of Water Management Over $10,700 Bill
Getting Hosed: Widow Charged Five Times What Her Neighbors Pay for WaterChicago’s water billing system has long baffled customers. Now, the city’s inexplicable method for calculating water bills has even stumped CBS 2 Investigators.
Getting Hosed: Veteran Rodney Andrews' Biggest Battle Is Fighting City Over $10,000 Bill For Water He Never UsedRodney Andrews wants to unpack his boxed-up life. There is just one catch – he’s one of the many people getting hosed by Chicago’s Water Department.