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at&t AT&T, att the first thing they do is lie, then they rip you off, and send you to collections, AVOID this Company Internet, Internet
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them over fees, they bill you even if you do not owe them, then send you to collections, none of the amounts match. I had them for cell phone for 4 or more years, paid the total bill, they are still sending me a bill that I already paid. They abuse collections and will send you there even if you do not owe them anything, they will say that you do. They make up fees as they go. promised 14.95 for DSL, never happened, called and called, got nowhere, still overcharged for slow DSL at 35.00 per
month. They kept telling me stories, said they dont have a 14.95 plan, but that is what they promised. This company is totally abusive to it consumers.
AVOID !!! If you like collection notices and fake bills they create, even after you have a zero balance, go here and let them ruin your credit rating. They LOVE doing it! Call about your bill, all they tell is how much you owe, nothing else! They need reported for fraudulent billing and collections. They are now taking their name off of reviews made online. Very underhanded company!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/27/2013 04:22 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/att/internet/att-ATT-att-the-first-thing-they-do-is-lie-then-they-rip-you-off-and-send-you-to-col-1038384. 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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