This is regarding my High Speed Internet.
Now why do I want to file a formal complaint? Because I am being overcharged. I'll break it down for it to be easier to understand.
1.) My current bill right now is like $232.41 with a past due of $104.16.
2.) Now sometime ago I forgot the $104.16 was being processed to come out from my bank ($104.16 at that time was not even the full amount due and the full amount was $173.20). So, I paid the full $173.20 and that was successful but the $104.16 returned because I did not have enough to cover. So, now remember that current bill back than was $173.20 where was 'x' amount was past due and left the remaining of $104.16.
3.) The $104.16 returned to my account and made my bill higher.
4.) I was charged by Verizon a $30.00 return fee.
5.) I tried explaining over Twitter and they put me on the chat and while they was finding someone from billing to locate and for them not responding to me and the chat timed out and disconnected so I could not get any help.
6.) I recently called into Verizon and they was not helpful.
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