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Telus Communications / bad customer service and billing!

1 Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

I am writing to inform you that I have (re)contacted the CRTC regarding my dissatisfaction with Telus customer service. I had really tried to give Telus a chance to address my issues and have made repeated attempts to dispute service and/or charges. Your "final" bill clearly illustrates how Telus will try to manipulate numbers (like not crediting for lack of modem for a month, or charging for equipment that I returned, etc) in order to squeeze every last dime out of their customers, a sure sign of desperation.

As I have mentioned to you in an earlier correspondence, I not only dispute owing Telus that amount, but I would refuse to pay even if I did. What gives Telus the right to "breach a contract" (I say in quotes because, obviously, there was no contract, only your word which meant nothing although I do have an email) and then expect payment for it? Insane. I have on file all correspondence and the bills to go along with them, so if this amount is worth your bill collectors time in court, and the amount you would collect should they proceed, then do what you have to do. I'm not too proud to make it public. Do you realize that while you are sending collections after me, your reps are phoning to offer Telus services? What's wrong with this picture?

While we're on the subject, I am officially notifying you to place me on the "DO NOT CALL" list. I never want to receive another call from Telus. I told your rep this and I still got another phone call. I will consider further calls harassment.
I have not yet distributed the email address that I set up for Telus complaints (just word of mouth at this point, as I have encountered many people dissatisfied with Telus), because, honestly, do you think I enjoy wasting my time on Telus? Is this really worth your time?

So don't pretend you're concerned with customer service, Telus. You must spend millions on graphics-heavy advertising spewing lies like, "The future is friendly, "and yet you nickle and dime the people you claim to serve. Is this to pay for the advertising? Do you not see the gap in logic there? I'm sure the CRTC will contact me to see if you have tried to come to a satisfactory conclusion (they did the last time) so I guess it's up to you what I tell them. If you wish to contact me, you can reply to this email - no phone calls, not only for the above reason but also because I want a written record. I will keep this correspondence on file for CBV, CTRC, and whoever else is interested.

Kelly Litle.

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