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  1. #1
    Buzz
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    Just another dissatisfied Nextel customer. I had many problems with
    the cellular service as well as their customer service department.

    They even billed me an extra month, even though my phone was not
    enabled. I cancelled my service on June 1st, and they continued to
    bill me through the end of my billing cycle (June 22nd), even though
    the phone was ported to another carrier during this time.

    I had specifically asked the customer rep (when cancelling) if I would
    continue to be billed and they told me no, today is the last day I
    would be charged. Then I started receiving collection agency warnings.


    I paid them to avoid the negative effect of collection agency
    reporting. Why is it that it seems consumers have little right when it
    comes to what is reported for collection? They charge you whatever
    they want, then use the collection agency as a threat.




    See More: Nextel Sucks




  2. #2
    NexCast
    Guest

    Re: Nextel Sucks

    Well Its The NEXTEL Way. Don't You Get It Your Trapped Like the Rest Of us.
    PLEASE SEND HELP. Don't forget about us still stuck on the island....
    "Buzz" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Just another dissatisfied Nextel customer. I had many problems with
    > the cellular service as well as their customer service department.
    >
    > They even billed me an extra month, even though my phone was not
    > enabled. I cancelled my service on June 1st, and they continued to
    > bill me through the end of my billing cycle (June 22nd), even though
    > the phone was ported to another carrier during this time.
    >
    > I had specifically asked the customer rep (when cancelling) if I would
    > continue to be billed and they told me no, today is the last day I
    > would be charged. Then I started receiving collection agency warnings.
    >
    >
    > I paid them to avoid the negative effect of collection agency
    > reporting. Why is it that it seems consumers have little right when it
    > comes to what is reported for collection? They charge you whatever
    > they want, then use the collection agency as a threat.
    >






  3. #3
    Scooterflex
    Guest

    Re: Nextel Sucks

    You have the right to dispute ANYTHING on your credit report. When Sprint
    tried to frighten me with this I told them to go right ahead because then I
    can dispute it in the court of law. They changed their tune after they heard
    that. Dispute the negative comments from Nextel, it's your right.

    "Buzz" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Just another dissatisfied Nextel customer. I had many problems with
    > the cellular service as well as their customer service department.
    >
    > They even billed me an extra month, even though my phone was not
    > enabled. I cancelled my service on June 1st, and they continued to
    > bill me through the end of my billing cycle (June 22nd), even though
    > the phone was ported to another carrier during this time.
    >
    > I had specifically asked the customer rep (when cancelling) if I would
    > continue to be billed and they told me no, today is the last day I
    > would be charged. Then I started receiving collection agency warnings.
    >
    >
    > I paid them to avoid the negative effect of collection agency
    > reporting. Why is it that it seems consumers have little right when it
    > comes to what is reported for collection? They charge you whatever
    > they want, then use the collection agency as a threat.
    >






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