Koodo Mobilecancellation

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Re: Returned Phone #[protected] Acct# [protected]

On July 10th, 2012, I purchased the Samsung Galaxy Ace Android cell phone from the Koodo web store which I received through Purolator on July 12th.

As I was not totally satisfied with the phone in general, I decided, on July 15th, to return the phone. So, I called customer service to inform myself of the return procedure. I was then told the my cancellation had been documented and a return envelop would arrive by Purolator, which I received on July 16th.

I enclosed all pertinent material related to the cell phone in the padded envelop provided and then in the purolator return envelop and sent it off with the driver - Waybill #[protected]

On Wednesday, July 18, 2012, the Purolator website reported the following upon tracking the waybill:

08:40 AM Delivered to FRANCES at SHIP DOCK at BRAMPTON, ON via

I called customer service to try to clear the charges owed on my account, but everyone refused to acknowledge receipt of the phone, even after faxing proof that I sent back the phone.

At the moment, there is charge of $37.95 currently posted to my account, but according
to Milana, someone I spoke to in the cancellation department, if I return the phone within two weeks of receiving it, I would owe nothing.

I am writing to you, in the hope that you can clear up this ugly mess where everyone else failed.


Edward Belanger
28 Elm Street #9
Moncton, NB E1C 5T4
Email: eddy.[protected]@rocketmail.com


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    Mona Gallant Sep 25, 2018
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    This company seems to have a messed up service going on. I got charged 200.00 for a service I never registered and cancelled. not cool.

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