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Report: #35702

Complaint Review: Stacy Niemi - Virginia Minnesota

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  • Stacy Niemi 331 Chestnut Street Virginia, Minnesota U.S.A.

Worldcom Wireless Stacy Niemi consumer fraud ripoff hoax Virginia Minnesota

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I also received my phone and tried activating the
"features" which never happened. Then, when I tried calling to activate them I was charged!

Upon receipt of my final bill, which was 2 months ago, I too tried calling the 800 number and was put on hold by someone who never came back to tell me what was going on!

I tried again to complain about my free roaming offer and unused minutes which I was charged for both and I was then told that I would receive an adjustment on my bill. Sure did, I got another finance charge!!

This company is a RipOff!

Stacy
Virginia, Minnesota

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