- Report: #1042182
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Complaint Review: Straight Talk
Straight TalkInternet United States of America
Straight Talk Wal-Mart Systematic Thieves - Straight Talk Takes your Money, Walmart Claims NOT Responsible, Internet
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It seems, that they will not allow you to do that unless you have the Unlimited plan on BOTH PHONES! So to get my old number, I have to lose $30 for the new plan I had just purchased, return the new phone, buy another $45 plan for a new phone, and then buy another $45 plan FOR THE PHONE I DON'T WANT! So in addition to the cost of the phone, I will have shelled out an additional $120 in order to save money on cell phone costs - as their ads claim.
I tried customer service at Straight Talk - Phillipines...NO HELP! I went to the supervisor..."Sorry sir" - NO HELP! Placed on indefinite HOLD. Tried to complain to Walmart...can't get past the palace guards. Now I have to return the phone and eat the extra $45 plan. Is there a class action suit being put together to deal with these crooks?
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