Vodaphone have taken direct debit payments after I cancelled my contract with them. This is what I received when I contacted them about. I did phone them on 24/3/2013 because my new provider told me to get a pac number of them so I would be able to retain my old number. They kept me on the phone for a long time and then asked me to phone back the next day. I had enough and did not bother. Never at any time during that call did I ask to be reconnected or did I ever receive a letter confirming such a re connection
Hi Miss Quigley,
Thank you for writing back to us about your cancelled account.
I reviewed your account and can see that you had contacted us to cancel the account on 24-Feb-13 and it was suppose to get cancelled on 23/03/2013. I can see that the same was promised and scheduled on your account by the advisor.
However I can see that on 24/03/2013 you had contacted us and reconnected the number and were suppose to contact us again to issue a PAC to retain the number with different provider. Hence the number was activated, but you never contacted us again. Please understand we cannot take any actions on the account till the account holder or the concerned person contact us as per the Data Protection Act U.K. Hence, the account remained active. So, the charges are valid and we will not be able to reimburse the same.
If you wish to cancel the number, as per the business policy, we need you to give us a 30 days’ notice for cancellation of the contract. Once we receive the intimation from you either in writing or via email, we schedule your account your account for cancellation taking 30 days notice period.
Or you can still have a PAC issued and retain the number with provider of your choice.
Once we’ve received confirmation we’ll be happy to help you further. We will be waiting for your response.
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