This forum seems to be my last hope for getting any help from Verizon and I see multiple similar posts about unbelievably bad customer service so here it goes...
I switched cellular providers to Verizon and signed up for 3 new lines on 9/13/2020. One of the lines I selected was under the “Just Kids” plan, the availability of which was a primary reason I chose to switch to Verizon. After receiving the phones there was much difficulty activating the lines.
I spent over an hour on the phone with Verizon support 9/16/2020 getting the line activated, during the call I was advised that they would need to switch the plan to “Start Unlimited” in order to activate it, after which they would change it back to “Just Kids”. Due to an error the representative was not able to change it back. I was then transferred to someone else with no introduction or explanation. That person was also unable to change the plan.
I have since had 5 hour-long calls and 1 chat with Verizon Customer Support and the issue has still not been resolved. Representatives have repeatedly: promised to call me back, promised to escalate the issue, promised it would resolve itself, attempted to add services without my consent, and ended the conversation without resolution.
I made my first payment on 10/3 that included an additional $5 for a plan I don’t want. Now, my next bill shows another line being added and additional charges I have not consented to.
This is the worst customer experience of my life. I will be filing a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission and seek further legal action if the issue is not resolved by my next bill.
VERIZON -- WAKE UP!!!
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Wow, is this a sick joke? A long, legalese reply with misspelled words saying "click the link" and no link!?
This appears to have been written by a bot and is yet another example of the bad experience seemingly typical for Verizon.