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Lycatel -prepaid international phone cards / False minutes claims/ redundant cards

England, Greater London, United Kingdom Review updated:
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Have bought numerous prepaid phone cards to call internationally, usually for £5. The card claims hundreds of minutes to landlines, and less for mobiles. The truth is they give you around 1/5th the time they state. Furthermore, if you use a few minutes and then try to use the card a week later, the card has become redundant- claims that there is no more credit, which is IMPOSSIBLE as I have only used about 12 minutes, even when the card states that it will expire between 30-90 days from first use (depending on company). This is a scam and is an illegal operation. How the Office Of Fair Trading has not done something about it, let alone been notified by now I don't know. This has been going on for YEARS!
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Ji
  15th of Dec, 2009
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yes i Agree with you on the above statement.The same thing happened to me a month ago i wasted all my money just to call their customer service and finally they say that frankly it contains hidden charges.i was like WHAT i only got 8 minutes of my calling time for a 5 £ card It is Totally Scam.People Beware of it..!

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