I moved to Verizon 4 monthes ago.Moved 3 lines from T-Mobile.
By mistake of representative, instead of 10Gb shared data for lines he opened 3 account, 10 Gb each.
I understand it only when I got my first bill.
Went to the place where I opened it and it took them one week to join 3 accounts into one.
On March 6th I got bill from Verizon for $28 and $46 for those closed accounts and letter from collectors for those bills.
Went to that store again, they sad I have to call Verizon's customer service,because only Verizon can fix it.
Verizon's support agent told me just to pay bill and everything will be ok, but it doesn't looks like.
Does anybody knows what to do in case like this?
Should I pay Verizon or collector?
Maybe I've had a bad day, but I'd call customer care and suggest that Vzn write-off those minor bills for the hassle and time you've spent to deal with a problem they caused.
Yes, representative opened 3 accounts by mistake in December 2014.
In January when I got my first bill they made them together (to account 0xxxxxxxx-1) and everything was fine in February.
In March I got bills for accounts xxxxxxxx-00001 (invoice xxxxxxxx) and yyyyyyyy-000001 (invoice yyyyyyyy).
Also I got letters from Sunrise credit services and from Convergent outsourcing inc for those bills.
Went to another Verizon store to pay those bills - representative sad I can't pay for those bills, because they are with zero balance. When I showed here letters from collectors and explained the situation, she took two payments from me with amounts exact on bills. Checked my account later - she just put those money on my joined account.
Who is teaching those representatives to do this kind of dumb moves?
<<Account #'s and invoice #'s removed to comply with Verizon Wireless Terms of Service >>
Wait...did I miss something? "Went to another Verizon store to pay those bills - representative sad I can't pay for those bills, because they are with zero balance ... she took two payments from me with amounts exact on bills." She then did not even put them on the right accounts?? WOW!
What I would do is pay the creditor. It is not worth or credit score, becouse of the small amounts. Then I would call Verizon and ask for a credit in those amounts. You would not have to deal with them if Verizon did their jobs right in the first place.
KEEP US UPDATED! I want to know what happends. Good Luck!