Recently I overpaid my verizon Fios bill, leaving me with a creditof $206.00. I called and requested a refund of that amount and was told they could not refund the payment but could reverse a payment. They did refund a payment of $187.22, but by the time I went to transfer it from my bank, it was taken back out by Verizon, leaving me with a credit of $206.44, AGAIN! It has since been three weeks of me trying to get to the bottom of this. Verizon said they refunded it, but clearly they have it back since my credit balance was back to $206.44. I spoke to Monique in the financial services section on September 6, and she told me she would refund the $206.44 by check, but when I called today to inquire about the status, no one could see that she actually requested a check refund. Now, I'm really upset. Why are the customer service reps lying to their customers? I have been a customer for 9 years and this is the absolute first time I have requested anything like this. So much for being treated like they care about their customers. Anyone have any other suggestions? Thank you.
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