Report: #1410847

Complaint Review: Metro PCS - Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

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  • Reported By: Raymond — Pittsburgh Pennsylvania United States
  • Metro PCS 401Smithfield Street Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania United States

Metro PCS They charged me 68.00,when my store receipt said 53.00. Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

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Went to this store to switch cell phone carriers and receive a phone for (free). I chose the $30.00 plan. My bank statement was charged $68.00. I called Metro PCS customer service. They only received 35.00. I mentioned I chose the $30.00 plan. They told me the extra $5.00 charge was for services I did not authorize. I had that charge removed. The other 38.00 I had to contact the issuing store to be resolved. No Refunds they said. They also told me that PA has a sales tax of 7percent, when PA sales tax is 6percent. Very plain to see they were pocketing the extra money. I still have my receipt. I will be reporting to other places that will help me in my efforts to have this money refunded to me.

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