Why did my discount go away if I still work with a company that has discounts even though I sent proof that I work as a franchisee with that company? Does this not extend to franchisees? Are we not part of that system doing business?
Do you have an email address or paystub that indicates that you are employed by a business which has an agreement with Verizon to provide a service discount for their employees?
My pay stub is just a check to myself as I am the owner of the franchise and I live off disbursements not payroll checks. Are you saying you don't know the answer to my original question? Are franchisees of the company I mentioned, that does have an agreement with you, not entitled to the discount? Can you bring this question to a higher level so I don't keep getting the run around?
You posted on a peer-to-peer customer forum. I do not work for Verizon. I am a customer just like you. Trying to help.
You didn't answer the question that I asked.
Do you have something that indicates that you are employed by a business which has an agreement with Verizon to provide a service discount for their employees?
If you are not an employee of a company that has an agreement with Verizon to provide discounts to their employees, then you would not be eligible for a discount.
BUT the way that you are able to determine if you are eligible is to apply (either in a Verizon store if they will take the information or on Verizon's website). When you apply, that's when the determination is made.