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I recently changed my business contract from 02 to Vodafone and I regret doing so.

 

1. Vodafone helped themselves to £198.88 via direct debit without any explanation as to why so I rang them up to ask why. To my astonishment Vodafone did not know what the £198.88 was for so I asked my bank to reclaim the £198.88.

 

2. .On 4th July 2013 I returned a handset to Vodafone under their 7 day returns policy. The handset was ordered online and I paid £199.00 up front viia debit card and Vodafone received the handset on 5th July 2013. As to-date I am still waiting for Vodafone to refund my debit card.

 

3. I have received my August bill and it's over £400 which is ridiculous as it should be no more than £130 for the 4 handsets. After looking at my August bill Vodafone are charging me for 6 handsets, when i only have 4 . On the bill there is also an equipment charge of £179.00 for a handset which I returned in June and have actually got a credit not for.

 

I telephone Vodafone to try and sort it and was told "we haven't seen an account in such a mess and we need to send your account for re-calculation. Vodafone rang last Sunday to inform me that the re-calculation was still in process and that they would call me back on Tuesday 6th August (Still Waiting for the Phone-call)

 

 

 

 

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Read this thread http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?213340

 

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Well it's been several months since my last post and despite several promises from various employees to sort out my problems, guess what? Nothing at all has been done.

 

1. Vodafone continue to bill me for 5 handsets when I only have 4

2. 2 Unallocated Credit Notes and Vodafone had the cheek to email and ask me what Invoices do the Credit Notes relate to!

2. Vodafone still owe me a £199.00 debit card refund for a handset that was returned in July

3. Vodafone incorrectly advised me that It may be easier speaking to your back and doing an indemnity claim for the £199.00 refund. The Bank will not do an indemnity claim for a point of sale debit card.

Let's hope Vodafone wake up when they receive a County Court Summons for the £199.00

I thought mobiles customer service was poor, how wrong was I because compared to Vodafone's customer service 3 mobile are fairly good and that's saying something

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Hi drob,

 

I'm sorry to see that this remains unresolved.

 

I'll get things chased up again and get back to you as soon as I can.

 

Kind regards,

 

Lee

 

Web Relations

 

Vodafone UK

 

Lee

 

I have sent you an email. I would prefer an update via email on the issues listed below as so I have everything in writing

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