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Topic # 162111 29-Jan-2015 14:32
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I hate bypassing official channels but I can't seem to be able to close my account.

On 6th January I called and asked for my UFB and Vodafone TV to be cancelled. I was told no one from the cancellations team was available and I'd get a call back within 1-2 days.

On 12th January I called back (having not heard from anyone) and spoke to someone. By the end of that phone conversation I was told it has all been closed and I'd receive a final bill and with instructions to return the decoder to any Vodafone retail shop.

On 26th January I receive an email with the bill attached. The invoice date was 21st January and it's a bill for another month of services, 9 days after I'd been told my account was closed, with no mention of anything being cancelled.

Some help would be appreciated please.




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  Reply # 1224758 29-Jan-2015 14:41
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Not good, you should be cancelled effective from 6th January and certainly not charged for the service from then.




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  Reply # 1224823 29-Jan-2015 17:14
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Best to send an email with your request , then there's no arguments further down the line
if they forget , or claim to have no record of your call.

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  Reply # 1224830 29-Jan-2015 17:35
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Twitter seems to be a good way to get businesses to do something, give that a shot if they're on it.




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  Reply # 1224842 29-Jan-2015 18:03
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I'll send an email I'm going overseas this evening and don't have an hour of time to set aside for the call.

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  Reply # 1245308 24-Feb-2015 00:19
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This issue has finally been sorted, email contact ended up resolving it and getting everything cancelled.

I've wound up with a $41.44 credit, does anyone know what happens to this? Could I apply it to my mobile phone account?




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