I ordered AT&T & asked that they keep my same phone #, after about 2 weeks I found that no one was calling, my family in Mobile called my neighbor to check on me, I assumed that something was wrong, not knowing that it was a new phone #. I was told that I did not have their service, they even told me that I had my old service, so after 3 calls, I called & got my old service back. I have been billed 4 months plus computer charges that I never had. I called repeatedly .never got any results, once I was connected to the fraud department!Then they turned it over to a collection agency who I mailed my present bill & the details of my abuse at the hands of AT%T, they drooped the case, & then the sorry AT&T hired another bill collecter! I was told that they do this often. They too dropped the case, then a third collection agency! I again mailed the paper work, but did not get a signature so they now have a bill on my credit report, how crooked id that! If anyone else has had a similar problem, please e mail me at [protected], as I am planning a lawsuit, this is simply a case of the most arragant & bully tactics that I have ever seen& I have seen a lot



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    Steve M Johnson May 18, 2019
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    I cancelled their cell phone service [protected]. I'm still getting billed. I may contact the Texas attorney general. Worst company ever.

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