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Water.com provides bottled water delivery service directly to your home or office for residents and businesses across the U.S. through our family of regional brands: Alhambra®, Belmont Springs®, Crystal Springs®, Hinckley Springs®, Kentwood Springs®, Nursery® Water, Sierra Springs®, Sparkletts®, and our coffee delivery service, Roast2Coast® -- each with a reputation for quality and great customer service. Getting bottled water delivered is both convenient and easy. Water is delivered to your home or office as often as every two weeks - no more worrying about stocking bottled water or carrying heavy bottles from the store when you run out.
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Water Companies-Bottled, Bulk, Etc

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ctedster

11/02/2010

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They charge you for an unnecessary "Energy Surcharge" fee...

6 months ago Sparkletts and many other delivery companies have started charging an "Energy Surcharge" fee, anywhere from 2 to 3 dollars on each bill. Now, if that's on EVERY bill with EVERY customer, that's a pretty hefty chunk of change! I found that these fees are just another way for a company to make extra money they're not really entitled to! If you have been hit with these so-called energy or gasoline fees, say something to the company! If they won't drop the fee, drop the company! I went to a website and found a group of lawyers that are thinking about going after these companies that are doing this. The economy is so bad right now, and it just makes it doubly bad when a company tries to cheat you!

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The Salt Seller

Disapointing! One would think that a company as Big as they are, they would offer alternate ways of quality water than just bottled water. How about Softners and R/O cleaners of water that offers people a ultimate less expensive source

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