I cancelled my service last summer, and I have now received three statements on which I have had a credit due to me. The first time, I did nothing because I assumed it would be sent to me. The second time, I tried to get help through the online chat. The representative told me that they wouldn't send it until I requested it, but that I could not request it through her, instead I needed to call customer service. So I did, and they said they would send it to me. Then, a few days ago, I got a third statement saying I was still owed the money. I called again, and was told that I never requested that they send the money to me. But, they would send it to me now. I explained that I had already requested it, and asked where I could complain about this situation. The representative told me to go to the complaint section of verizon.com, which of course does not exist. I told her it didn't exist, and she said that was a different office than hers and hung up. So, long story short...do I actually have any hope of getting this money or is it gone forever?
10-29-2015 03:28 PM
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