Report: #37848

Complaint Review: Worlcom Wireless - Internet

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  • Reported By: Mesa Arizona
  • Worlcom Wireless www.worldcom.com Internet U.S.A.

Worldcom Wireless ripoff Mesa Arizona

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I have received a settlement offer from Worldcom Wireless during the past week. I thought I had taken care of this problem over a year ago.

I wrote a customer service rep. on the internet and then got a call back. The customer service rep. reported that the amount would be taken off of my bill.

I do not even know what this bill is for. It has the account number on it but no cell number or pager number. I believe the bill is for a pager that was shut off and I was continuosly billed for.

I could never get through by phone and never received a response on the internet. The bill is now $721.65. This bill will never be payed because I feel I was wrongly charged over time for a service I was not even using.

Mesa, Arizona

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