Chris Churchill, The Advocate
Published 08:12 p.m., Saturday, April 7, 2012
Read more: Now playing: Cable TV movie mystery - Times UnionTime Warner Cable customer Michelle Manchester holds a copy of her cable bill from February of this year during an interview on Thursday, April 5, 2012 in Clifton Park, NY. Manchester says that she has been billed for movies she did not rent, or billed multiple times for renting the movie one time. She also takes issue with the bill just listing "premium movie" and not the title of the movie, because she says then there is no way to know if she did rent that movie or is being wrongly billed for a movie title she did not rent. (Paul Buckowski / Times Union)
Three ways to avoid this: Netflix, Redbox, and Blockbuster Express. I wonder to what extent problems like this are contributing to the divorce rate. If there are more people in your household than yourself don't you have to assume they're the ones renting the movies? "Premium movie", does that equal porn movie? TWC has no way to sort this out, so how does your spouse?