Complaint Review: T-Mobile USA
T-Mobile USA This company is shady when they know your about to leave! Nationwide
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T-Mobile likes to promise you unlimited everything for a low cost, that's how they got me to switch to them from ATT. The deal sounded great, 4 lines at a low cost of about $180 a month. First thing that should have caught my attention was they wanted me to put half down on my phone cost and lease the rest out.
I did that, be it I was so desperate to get in to a cheaper phone bill. It was great the first year of service and then I started noticing my bill slowly creeping up each month. I would call and ask why my bill was going up and they would tell me that it was the rate plan I was on. I don't know anything about cell providers and billing, all I knew was I wanted my bill lower. I kept thinking my devices should have been paid off by the middle of my second year with them and that should have made my bill decrease.
INSTEAD, this is what i got! A notification on my tmobile account app telling me in order to keep my bill at a low cost, I must come in and upgrade my phone and the other phones on my account. [continued below]....
In the meanwhile, I sought out another cell provider that offered me a way better deal and got me into a new phone for $20 down and would buy out my contract from T-Mobile. My new carrier made the transactions fast any easy, even offered to port my old numbers over for me, all I needed was my account number. I tried looking for my account number under the TMobile app and they had my account activity very limited to where I could not see my account number or download a detailed bill. It said I needed to call them and that's what we did. The new provider put me on three was with Tmobile and we tried to access my account via the sales rep. The Tmobile rep asked my password, so I gave her the ONLY password I ever use for anything and she told me it was wrong, then she asked if I knew the pin number given for this account. I gave her the ONLY pin I ever use and again, I was told it was wrong and I was not able to access the account. I offered to give the rep my social security number, she said she did not need it and that we were unable to verify the account. Then she said she would text me a code to reset my online password, I never got it! The rep said she sent it five times and that it must be a glich.
I got so frustrated, I hung up and tried again the next day. So, I call the new carrier again to see if there is anything they can do on their end. The new carrier rep said he could try and access the Tmobile account, gave him the info and oddly the account was blocked. I tried to call Tmobile again and told them I want to pay my bill and need the account number, the rep refused and told me I did not need the account number to pay. I was told by the new rep, they have to give you that info. I hounded the rep till she finally got frustrated and very ugly and told me the account number.
Bottom line, I finally got my numbers ported and now its a matter of getting my bill sent to me so the new provider can buy out my contract and the funny thing is, Tmobile IS FIGHTING ME ON THAT TOO! Do they want their money? Obviously not!
Tmobile is shady, rude, and not forth coming about the fine print. Be ware if you are thinking of using them, they are nasty people.
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