Complaint Review: T-Mobile
T-Mobile T-Mobile ,USA, INC. Tmobile Technical Support: Unethical Business Practices Albuquerque Nationwide
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I had been with T-mobile for over 12 years until one of the technical support representatives done the unexpected due to a disagreement between myself and THIS technical support representative:
A lot of customers may know him by Mathew. I called T-Mobile to find out data plan was displaying "over the limit-upgrade" on my smart phone. Well, I talked to a tech support rep named: Mathew who later blamed me for going over and would not allow me to explain my theory of the overages. I tried to explain my problem but this representative was extremely rude, disrepectfully in addition: adding assertiveness. Therefore, I had no other choice but to hang up.
By the way: I was in a conference room surrounded by 15 fellow comrades who also needed an explanation of their T-mobile overages and were planning on calling in. After about 10 minutes elapse. I was not longer registered on the network meaning: no incoming or outgoing text, mms, internet or phone call allowed. At firs, t I assumed it was just the network down due to the snow outside but let's not forget: all 15 fellow comrades had T-mobile as a cellular service provider. They too wanted answers to the overages and now: why was my phone off the network?
I rebooted the phone and with no luck: I continued to receive the message "no registered on network". Therefore, I drove to the nearest T-mobile store in the snow. Surprising, the in store representative checked my account and concluded my phone was blocked off the network as: lost or stolen by the last technical support representative (aka. Mathew) who handled my account.
Let us not forget the part where I “hung up” on this same representative then ironically: I am no longer able to receive service. One can conclude after examining every possible technical scenario given evidence pointing right at the tech support rep: Mathew. It is obvious he did it. Well, I contact Customer Relations via snail mail to later receive a phone call informing me of this issue. However, T-Mobile Customer Relations was extremely persistent to conclude my technical issue as: resolved based on my initiative to drive and have my phone unblocked. Therefore, I found the customer relations department useless as resolving issues with customers and more concerned with retaining unethical employees to save time and money on training and bring aboard a potential new and ethical candidate.
Nevertheless, my expectations for T-Mobile's customer service / technical support is low. It took this one unethical action after 12 years with T-Mobile to go from: "hero to zero". As a result, the trust factor has been lost forever. I have switched over to another carrier now and I am completely happy! Think about it customers. If it happened to me as a small business owner, it could have happened to anyone else who relies on their phone for critical events such as: on-call doctors, lawyers, scientist, police officers, soldiers of our armed forces, and the list goes on and one. My friends will also make the switch from T-mobile after their observation of the technical support representative: Mathew.
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