I need help and T-mobile customer service on the phone is very difficult to talk to. Although they are nice, and they seem eager to help, they do not understand the problem and they keep making up answers hoping one of them will stick. None of the stick.
I had service starting in late August, and in mid October, I spoke to a T-mobile agent online and requested that my account be terminated after the current bill ends. He informed me that I couldn't get a refund for previously paid bills because those bills were for the current month of services. Okay, fine. I asked to cancel the day the cycle ends so I would use all my paid for services without owing anything. He confirmed that I would not owe anything after that.
The agent did not wait until the end of the cycle and instead, cancelled my service right away, with a week or so that I paid for that I didn't get back. No problem. They can keep it.
T-mobile kept my autopay still going, and my bills keep coming every month, even though I don't have service with T-mobile at all. They charge my card every month. It's been 4 months since cancellation, and I am still getting my full bill every month. I don't even have my account anymore. Because my account is canceled, I am not able to login to talk to someone about it online.
Customer service on the phone is not understanding the problem, no matter how hard I try to explain it. They keep asking irrelevant things like why did I cancel my services or did I move my number to a different carrier. Who cares? They see that the account was cancelled in October. They see that I have been charged in November, December, January, and I just received an email saying my February one is coming up. Yet they are unable to see why it's a problem that I keep getting billed despite having no service with T-mobile. The last rep I spoke to tried to explain how these recurring bills are covering old months, which is ridiculous. I only had service for 2 months, both paid for. And I have been charged for 6 so far.
Since I couldn't speak to someone who could help me, I disputed the transactions with my credit card, and won. But now T-mobile says I owe them $480 (4 months), and they aren't letting it go, but they aren't explaining what I owe for. And they seem to have no intention of stopping this recurring charge.
I don't want to keep arguing with them over this. It is very time consuming and frustrating. And I definitely don't want them to falsely report a delinquency to the credit bureau. It's ridiculous that they keep my card on file and keep billing it after there is not even an account to bill. My bank agrees and resolves in my favor, but T-mobile is still coming after me for money I do not owe.
Can anyone help?
Best answer by syaoranView original