Report: #1447687

Complaint Review: AT&T - Beavercreek Ohio

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  • Reported By: Charles — Beavercreek Ohio United States
  • AT&T Beavercreek, Ohio United States

AT&T Tried to sell a fake promotion Beavercreek Ohio

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I saw a similar report here. A person claiming to represent AT&T said that because of the AT&T Spectrum merger they were offering a promotion that would have the same services, but would be cheaper. In order to get this promotion we would have to have different cable boxes installed. In order to get the low rate we would have to sign up now since the installers were presently in our area. He was very convincing. We asked for a written document detailing the services we would get. He said that the installers would have that document. However, we said we would have to think about it. I called, both AT&T and Spectrum and was told by both that there is no such promotion. If we had accepted, I have no idea what we would have gotten.

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