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Report: #162827

Complaint Review: One Call Communications - Navicomm - Cincinnati Ohio

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  • Reported By: Springfield Missouri
  • One Call Communications - Navicomm PO Box 634998 Cincinnati, Ohio U.S.A.
  • Phone: 800-788-0074
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  • Category: Internet

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Help! We received a bill for services not used. In trying to find contact information on the internet after getting nowhere with their billing inquiry number, I ran across this website. I found a number, called it, and was referred to yet another number. Held for the supervisor who was no help, except to give me an address to dispute these charges.

I have no idea whatsoever how this came to be, except that we have been having problems with popups this month - what a coincidence! Even though we close these down, or like the other day turn off the computer when there are dozens that we cannot excape, the supervisor says that their techs say there is no way for this to happen.

Can any of you steer me in the right direction so that this does not appear on my dad's credit report? I'm living in his house after moving here from California last year for a better life for my kids. I don't want to pay this bill, but don't want it to affect his credit. I'm stuck between a rock and a hard place. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Dori
Springfield, Missouri
U.S.A.

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#4 Consumer Suggestion

It's not going on anyone's credit report.--These are cheap thugs out on a scam. Crooks don't want the law involved.

AUTHOR: Thomas - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Tuesday, November 01, 2005
If you wish send a copy of the invoice back to them. Start your letter of with something like.
"The attached invoice was sent to us in error, we have not requested or authorized your service... Also inform them that the proper authorities ane consumer protection agencies are being informed. - Don't bluff though---Do It.

Also inform them that you are keeping the original invoice and the envelope it was received in (to prove fraud by U.S. mail.)

Thereby you have fulfilled your duty to officially register your dispute of the charges.

However One Call Communications/Navicomm is not even a legitimate company they are only cheap thugs who can only support themselves by scaring people including elderly people (see the earlier postings below).

Otherwise ignore One Call / Navicomm and they will go away with their tails between their legs like the dirty dogs they are.

DO NOT in any case pay them--if you do they will come back for more.
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#3 Consumer Suggestion

It's not going on anyone's credit report.--These are cheap thugs out on a scam. Crooks don't want the law involved.

AUTHOR: Thomas - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Tuesday, November 01, 2005
If you wish send a copy of the invoice back to them. Start your letter of with something like.
"The attached invoice was sent to us in error, we have not requested or authorized your service... Also inform them that the proper authorities ane consumer protection agencies are being informed. - Don't bluff though---Do It.

Also inform them that you are keeping the original invoice and the envelope it was received in (to prove fraud by U.S. mail.)

Thereby you have fulfilled your duty to officially register your dispute of the charges.

However One Call Communications/Navicomm is not even a legitimate company they are only cheap thugs who can only support themselves by scaring people including elderly people (see the earlier postings below).

Otherwise ignore One Call / Navicomm and they will go away with their tails between their legs like the dirty dogs they are.

DO NOT in any case pay them--if you do they will come back for more.
Respond to this report!

#2 Consumer Suggestion

It's not going on anyone's credit report.--These are cheap thugs out on a scam. Crooks don't want the law involved.

AUTHOR: Thomas - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Tuesday, November 01, 2005
If you wish send a copy of the invoice back to them. Start your letter of with something like.
"The attached invoice was sent to us in error, we have not requested or authorized your service... Also inform them that the proper authorities ane consumer protection agencies are being informed. - Don't bluff though---Do It.

Also inform them that you are keeping the original invoice and the envelope it was received in (to prove fraud by U.S. mail.)

Thereby you have fulfilled your duty to officially register your dispute of the charges.

However One Call Communications/Navicomm is not even a legitimate company they are only cheap thugs who can only support themselves by scaring people including elderly people (see the earlier postings below).

Otherwise ignore One Call / Navicomm and they will go away with their tails between their legs like the dirty dogs they are.

DO NOT in any case pay them--if you do they will come back for more.
Respond to this report!

#1 Consumer Suggestion

It's not going on anyone's credit report.--These are cheap thugs out on a scam. Crooks don't want the law involved.

AUTHOR: Thomas - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Tuesday, November 01, 2005
If you wish send a copy of the invoice back to them. Start your letter of with something like.
"The attached invoice was sent to us in error, we have not requested or authorized your service... Also inform them that the proper authorities ane consumer protection agencies are being informed. - Don't bluff though---Do It.

Also inform them that you are keeping the original invoice and the envelope it was received in (to prove fraud by U.S. mail.)

Thereby you have fulfilled your duty to officially register your dispute of the charges.

However One Call Communications/Navicomm is not even a legitimate company they are only cheap thugs who can only support themselves by scaring people including elderly people (see the earlier postings below).

Otherwise ignore One Call / Navicomm and they will go away with their tails between their legs like the dirty dogs they are.

DO NOT in any case pay them--if you do they will come back for more.
Respond to this report!
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