Keep in mind this has been working fine for many moons, err months for this customer. We have other customers sending from Verizon phones just fine, and people are receiving just fine on Verizon phones. I am posting here for hopefully someone at Verizon can get this fixed so they don't loose a customer because our service works, but this customers Verizon service is not working.
Now the issue:
A Verizon cellphone user is sending messages to email@example.com and have tried messages to 10-digitnumber via SMS.
The customer originally received 24 spamfilter notification messages one day out of no where(BELOW) when trying to send to the Group Leader number they have with PagePlus. When this Verizon cellphone user sends a message to the Group Leader with PagePlus, the message is being received on AT&T phones and email addresses currently attached to the Group Leader with PagePlus. The messages are not being received by any of the 25 Verizon cellphones following the Group Leader with PagePlus.
Here is the kicker: All other Verizon phones have no issues messaging our Group Leaders. NONE, other than this one Verizon cellphone. If i send a message to it from my Verizon phone, it is received by all. If the customer sends a message, I do not receive messages nor do the other 25 Verizon cellphones.
We have multiple customers sending from Verizon cellphones to Group Leaders with PagePlus and they all have +20 Verizon cellphones receiving just fine.
Our carrier has tried apparently to work with Verizon to fix this, with no help nor response of use from Verizon.
How can we resolve an issue that hinders 25 firefighters because Verizon won't assist 1 Verizon customer fix an issue with their service?
Verizon won't even speak to us.
This customer has had an issue for a month now, simply put the issue is on the Verizon side so all of the work arounds and modifications we have made on our side have had no effect in helping this customer. When will someone at Verizon be able to assist a paying customer?
We want to do everything that we can to ensure that our messaging service is functioning properly. We also greatly appreciate the work that you have put in on behalf of this customer. However, in order for us to properly assist and troubleshoot, we will need our customer to reach out to us. We are confident that we will be able to find a resolution in working with them, and greatly look forward to doing so. They can reach us by phone at 800-922-0204, or can sign in to My Verizon, and click on Live Chat here: http://www.verizonwireless.com/wcms/contact-us.html
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The customer has already contacted Verizon more than once. They were given the scripted answer that pushes blame off on our service, even thought no other Verizon phones are having an issue.
I contacted Verizon to assist the customer, the account was verified for me to speak to the rep, and the rep clearly informed me that there is nothing wrong with the service since the messages were sending even though there is 25 Verizon phones unable to receive only from this one Verizon phone that say otherwise.
Interesting enough, on the same day I was told this by one rep, I received a call from a Verizon tech rep working an issue for a different Verizon cellphone customer with our service, funny enough that issue was with Verizon too, not our network, and she resolved that issue. I asked this young lady by the name of Heather what her take was on it. She was knowledgeable and helpful enough to inform me that based off the text responses I posted above, the customer was blocked by Verizons own spam filtering to prevent spam from being sent over the Verizon network. She also informed me once placed on these blacklist, the user cannot be moved off.
Is this true? How does Verizon remedy such issues? Just let customers walk away and wave as they sign up with a competitor?
If it's not true, why has it been impossible to fix this? Basically we have had customers switch from cellphone carriers before in order to use our services, because the customers know it's the cellphone carriers issue and the carriers didn't get anything done.
Feel free to provide me a contact in which the customer can contact, I can contact, the paging carrier can contact, to get a resolution. Calling the 1-800 Customer care line is as useful as calling the IRS to pay for an auto loan.