12-16-2014 04:05 PM - edited 12-16-2014 04:08 PM
I recently just cancelled my FIOS account and today received boxes for returning equipment.
It's asking me to return 2 cable cards and 2 routers. I've only had 1 cable card the entire time and one router as well. I tried initially reaching out to the subcontractor number that handles return for fios, they couldn't find anything on my account so they transferred me directly to verizon. Verizon also wasn'table to do anything but say that it was noted on the account that I only had one router and one cable card. I definitely don't want to be charged for equipment that I never had!
Another note, I also think that when i signed up for Verizon 2 years ago, the agreement was I was able to keep the router if i didn't terminate my contract within 12 months. I was never charged a monthly rental fee, and my initial signup says that the router fee was waived. I have no problem returning the router but I think this is misleading. I also found this term of service here that states the same thing. https://www.verizon.com/ForYourHome/Includes/FiosTVTosText.htm
What do I do at this point? Should I mail in the equipment that I do have in my possession or should I keep calling verizon ? How do i escalate this?
12-16-2014 07:13 PM
Just a friendly reminder, this is a forum where users help other users. It looks like your issue may require a Verizon representative to review your account details.
Ask the agent for confirmation of the equipment listed on your account, and then return that equipment. You will need to discuss the router with the agent.
12-17-2014 03:22 PM
If you have a Verizon store near you that takes back Verizon rented equipment, I would return it there. That's what we do if we need to get a replacement STB, if it no longer works, or are cutting back and not using as many STBs. Get a receipt, and then you can't be told they never got the equipment you sent back. Also explain to the customer service rep at the store , that you only had so much equipment.
Our store to return STBs,etc. is about 6 or 7 miles away but it's worth the trouble.
08-17-2015 08:26 AM
I am currently going through the same thing. Three years ago I set up my Verizon services that included only (1) DVR Box and (1) Digiatal Adapter. When I moved this June, I brought the two pieces of equipment back to the local drop off location because the tech installed (2) new boxes. For some reason, Verizon thinks I had (2) DVR boxes and (2) Digital adapters. Even though the two pieces of equipment I returned were taken off my account, I am cureently being billed over $700 for two pices of "phantom" equipment that I never owned. There is an open ticket number but I am nervous this will not be resolved. Please help with the process here. My payment is due 9/6 and I want these charges taken off by then so I dont run the risk of having to pay for incorrect charges or being late on payments.
08-17-2015 09:23 AM
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