12-17-2012 06:10:12 PM
How does one get turned over to collections after payment was received??? How do you get this issue resolved????? This has been going on for months and im spinning my wheels not getting anywhere with AT&T. Been with them for over 20 years, and this is how your treated for paying your account!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
12-18-2012 05:47:59 AM
I have been in the same situation. I have even written a letter to the customer service and I'm still receiving the invoices, cancellation notices, and turned into a collection agency. I have a feeling that I'm also being charged for the renter in my house that has an internet service. I have called the customer service line and said there are 2 different phone numbers in the house. Do not put his billing into mine. It seems like a simple concept yet my account has not been closed. This is becoming so frustrating. I refuse to pay additional monies and will take this up to small claims if I have too.
12-18-2012 10:04:11 AM
I'm sorry you're both having an issue with billing. I'm sure we can sort both of these issues out.
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