The title pretty much says it, and I am furious, and hoping very much that Verizon will make this right. I've been a loyal customer for a long time.
Today while chatting with customer service about an unrelated matter, the agent mentioned that I have insurance on my plan. He pointed out that I've had it on my plan for a long time, which was deeply confusing for me, because I always decline that coverage when offered. I asked him to tell me exactly when this was added to my account, and why, and he couldn't tell me.
So I called customer service, and after some investigation, the representative told me that when I bought a new phone in May 2018, the insurance was added. She could see that I DECLINED THE COVERAGE - but it was added anyway, for $13 a month. Verizon charged me that extra $13 a month between that point and August 2021, at which point they increased it to $17 a month. She was apologetic and pointed out that it was "unfair" for me, that I had indeed declined it and obviously didn't know I had it, but said her system would only allow her to refund 3 months worth of the charges.
Verizon, you need to do something to make this right. I have paid about $550 for insurance coverage that I never requested - I DECLINED IT - and never knew I had.
Hello, suzanne99. We want to make sure you receive a resolutions to the unwanted insurance charges. To get started, we have sent you Private Note. *Cassie
If you knew about it in 2018, why didn't you sign into your MyVerizon account online and remove the mobile protection from the line or lines that feature was on?
I'm most definitely NOT a VZW employee. If a post answered your question, please mark it as the answer.