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Report: #23775

Complaint Review: Next-G Communications, Inc - San Antonio Internet

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  • Reported By: san antonio tx
  • Next-G Communications, Inc www.Next-GCommunication.com Internet U.S.A.

Next-G Communications, Inc ripoff, Prepaid phone card, you cannot dail long distance, company phone is disconnected. deceptive company San Antonio Internet

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Next-G communications, Inc Prepaid phone cards are a rip-off,I have tried to contact the company about the problems I am having with their card, and the company phone has been disconnected. Sounds fishy does'nt it. Any company that has a customer sevice number, and the number is disconnected, and gives no information on any phone number changes on how to contact them. I believe they are tring to rip off consumers. I have even tried to contact their web site with no luck

Patrick
San Antonio, Texas

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