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Complaint Review: Vonage - Holmdel New Jersey

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  • Vonage Holmdel, New Jersey U.S.A.

Vonage Switched service but account not "canceled" when # was moved & continued to be billed for service not used Holmdel New Jersey

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I moved my phone service to another company at the end of April 07 and the phone number was "ported" shortly after. Although I stoped using the Vonage service I continued to be billed for 5 months because I didn't "close my account."

The Vonage representative proceeded to repromand me on the phone for not catching the charges sooner and calling in to close the account when I switched carriers. I received 1 credit for September and they officially closed the account but was refused reimbursment by their billing department for over $120 in charges from May through August; what a RIP!!!

I'm hoping that Clark Howard can help and have an e-mail into his legal team for advice.

Ohio resident
Carlisle, Ohio

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