- Report: #134688
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Complaint Review: One Call Comm USBI
One Call Comm USBIwww.billview.com/usbi , District of Columbia U.S.A.
One Call Comm USBI ripoff Internet Internet
*Consumer Suggestion: Usbi hears the same threats day in and day out. They simply don't care anymore. It's all about the money now.
*Consumer Comment: Threatening USBI did not work for me!!
*Consumer Suggestion: Cheating the elderly! Just business as usual at USBI.
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I called both USBI and my local telephone company which is Verizon.
I never called a Island called Diego Garc and I finally got credit and a free block (this has been told to me over the phone) I have no written confirmation. I am a Senior Citizen of very low income and this has caused me to become very upset. What can be done about this crooked way of getting or trying to get our little money and could mess up our credit? From what I gather from conversations with USBI they almost said you must pay the bill you authorized the call but since this is the first time we will give you credit. Now what happens if this happens again, what protection do we have? This is down right rotten and dirty business as far as I see it.
I feel like closing out using any Telephone Service, getting rid of my computer and just doing without any Service at all. I do not need this kind of trouble at my age, in fact, no one needs this to happen.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/12/2005 12:59 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/One-Call-Comm-USBI/District-of-Columbia/One-Call-Comm-USBI-ripoff-Internet-Internet-134688. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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