So I had FIOS scheduled to be installed back in march with an Install date in late April... ordered online and received a fee waiver for the install. Then Verizon canceled my install due to COVID-19 and I had to call them in June to reschedule. Finally got FIOS installed on July 2, 2020.
Customer service rep went through all the ordering service steps again and charged me $99 for the install. When I told him that my original order had the fee waived and I have the email to prove it, he promised to put a note in my account. He said to call back after I get my bill and it would be removed.
Two weeks later I get my bill. I call and turns out there is no note under my account. Lie # 1
I talked to a rep and he promised that he will talk to his supervisor and call me back today. Asked me if around 11:30 am - Noon would be ok. No problem.
No phone calls, emails, or texts received from Verizon today. Lie #2.
I was hoping on switching my other home to FIOS, but this kind of misrepresentation and poor customer service experience is just not worth the headache. I still have my old Optimum Service active, so switching back would be just a matter of plugging a different cable into my router.
Any suggestions on getting this resolved?
Kind of feels like I am dealing with an internal policy designed to alienate customers.
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