- Report: #1138640
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Complaint Review: TMobile
TMobile preditory billing Nationwide
*Consumer Comment: A part of the fault is you too
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Roughly 12 years ago I helped my sister obtain a cell phone from TMobile. I cosigned a 2 year agreement for her. At the time, I was a loyal and in perfect standing customer for many years with Tmobile. To this day, I had a PEFECT payment history spanning many years with Tmobile. I did finally end MY relationship with Tmobile about 5 years ago, again in PERFECT standing...
Over the years my sister added 4 lines giving her a total of 5 lines with the Tmobile. She payed for those lines faithfully every month, never even late and continued renewing when the contracts expired.
Then, in 2012 she was in need of a new phone and was told (by tmobile) that she could not make any changes, or get a new phone due to the fact that I was in bancruptcy. THEY advised AND Approved 5 new lines for her and said they would just "cancel" the original 5 lines that were associated with ME.
2 months ago I got a call from a collections company trying to get me to pay nearly $2400 from those original 5 lines from Tmobile. I was HORRIFIED... After much work just trying to get ANYONE from Tmobile to help me with this I did speak with a guy that said he would correct this for me...
Now, I just reviewed my credit report and learned that the guy from Tmobile only had the amount "reduced" from $2400 to only $1200.00........ I was HORRIFIED again...NOW my credit (that I have been PERFECT with since my bancruptcy) is trashed again, thanks to TMOBILE!!!!!! I need HELP!!!!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/14/2014 06:48 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/TMobile/nationwide/TMobile-preditory-billing-Nationwide-1138640. 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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