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So I received a bill credit of $36.00 the other day.

Miembro

So I received a bill credit of $36.00 the other day. Supposedly for the fact that we had to return my wife's Note 7. Today the bill credit got changed to $3.77. Has anyone else seen this? I tried to chat with someone in customer service but the chat window closed while he was checking on it. I just got a text saying that the other $32.23 will be applied to my next bill. So they gave me the credit, took most of it away, then say it's going to be applied to the next bill. Why didn't they do that in the first place? Why did they apply now if they meant to do it next month? I have been a Verizon customer for almost 15 years and I swear I never had this much issue with billing, customer service, etc.

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Leader

In the end, does it matter when it is applied as long as it is applied in full?

Technically, they could give you a $12 credit over 3 months or a $1 credit of 36 months.

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Miembro

The point is that Verizon put the credit on my bill which brought the total

amount to pay down by $36. If I had paid that amount and then they decided

to take that credit away after I paid the bill, then I would have to pay

the extra $36 back. The point is that they just randomly change the bill

without notifying me. I did not get any emails, texts, phone calls, etc.

And before you ask, yes I get emails, texts, phone calls, etc for

everything else. So it's not about the money. I love how people make it out

like it's about the amount of money. It's not. It's about how Verizon does

things. It's sneaky. It's not the first time it's happened and I have seen

other people on this forum say the same thing. And I find it funny when I

was on a chat session with them the other night about it, they wanted me to

provide a screen shot showing the credit of $36 which obviously I couldn't

do since it had changed and went away, and then when I started telling them

what happened, they closed the chat session. Great customer service!! NOT!

Can't wait to see if I actually get my bill credit for the whole Galaxy

Note 7 debacle.

On Tue, Oct 25, 2016 at 3:45 PM, sprmankalel <forums@verizonwireless.com>

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Re: So I received a bill credit of $36.00 the other day.

Leader

What bill credit are you waiting for for the Note 7?

I have never heard of VZW applying a credit then taking it away. I also didn't say one word about the amount of money. I just simply asked what does it matter if it is applied as one credit or multiple credits as long as the full amount is applied? They are able to apply credits in whichever manner that they choose.

The only reason I can see issuing a credit for the Note 7 is if you made a monthly payment and then returned the phone under the recall. Of course, you'd be due a credit for that. Barring that there isn't any other reason to issue a credit for the Note 7.

I am still confused as to the exact reason you are owed a $36 credit.

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Verizon Employee

We want to make this Note 7 recall process as easy as possible. I apologize for any trouble you have had with this. We have issued a one time credit for any Device Payment Plan installments charged to customers bill (usually $36.00). We have also corrected upgrade dates with this as well. Any other adjustments needed are being automatically applied to the account. Please let us know if you have any questions.

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