Renewed contract without knowledge or permission
Enthusiast - Level 1

I am trying to find out how this situation can be remedied. My verizon bill this mointh increased by over $70 this month and was quite a shock. I had placed a call to support last Dec in regards to a security deposit and was offered a deal which I understood was to go until my contract renewed in May of this year. Little did I know that upon my call and the deal offered, they renewed my contract in December and once the deal expired this month I got hit with an outrageous bill. Has anyone dealth with this? Support couldn't be bothered to address this. Do I contact the BBB and make a complaint? The FCC and file a complaint? I have contacted the Mass Attorney Generals offic and they are mailing a complaint form.

Any possible deal leverage that could be made with a contract renewal has been taken from me. I just can't afford the current bill. I don't have that type of income.

Anyone know what my next step should be??

Re: Renewed contract without knowledge or permission

Hi GaryS1004,

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