11-04-2013 10:50 AM
My account is due to be turned over to a collection agency and will effect my credit. I've tried several times to resolve this over the phone but I'm not having any luck, so I thought I would try here on the forums.
On 8-19-13 I spoke with Rudy, a CSR with ATT at 800-228-2020 to cancel our Uverse account due to issues with installation not being able to be done for a week. I have received a several statements with a balance due of $124.83. I spoke with a CSR at ATT on 9/27/13 and was told the bill would not be owed, and she would take care of this. On 10/18/13 I spoke with Joe, a CSR at ATT, he transferred me to account receivables. I then spoke with Erica Moon in account receivables, she transferred me to billing. I then spoke with Mindy in billing, she said to disregard the statement for $124.83. She stated equipment has been received and that no balance is due, that she has credited the account. Her id is ML098M. Today I received yet another bill stating the account will be turned over to collections if not paid. I called the 1-800 number again but I was on hold for over 30 minutes just trying to get through. So I tried to get help by using the online chat, and Aldrin Barnes told me to call 888-757-6500 but I keep getting an automated message to call back later or visit the website ATT.com.
Is there anything you can do to help with this?
11-04-2013 12:05 PM
Click on the hyper link in my sig for AT&T Customer Care, you will be taken to their PM page. They are an escalation team that is higher than regular Customer Support. Send them a PM with your info along with your concern and they will help you get this resolved. Watch the blue envelope at the top of the forum page for message notification, as they will contact you via PM as well.
11-05-2013 8:01 AM - edited 11-05-2013 8:06 AM
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02-01-2014 9:41 AM
I am having this same issue. I was going to transfer from Comcast in 11/2012, however when AT&T said it would take 3 days to get my phone transfered I cancelled my service. The customer service rep told me that I could not cancel because they already requested my # from Comcast. I called Comast right away and told them not to release my#. THey didn't. Called back into AT&T and let them know and to cancel my service. Was escalated to a manager who I thought was very helpful, but seems she never cancelled my accct.
I went to buy an IPAD at AT&T wireless, my wireless carrier, and was told I have a $800+ bill and am in collections. I can't believe they get away with this!
Called AT&T this morning to resolve and have been on the phone with them for 2.5 hours now. Was told to call the collection agency and they laughed at me and basically said I have to prove it was cancelled.
I'm about to pull my wireless services from AT&T as Tmobile will buy out my contract. This is so horrible! I can't believe they can charge and try to collect 800 for services I never had!
02-03-2014 12:12 PM
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