Mike Boyar discovers an unpaid $32 bill on his American Express card more than a year after he cancels his account. By then, a collection agency is involved and creates chaos. Is there a way to undo the damage? “American Express freaks out about unpaid $32 bill”
Every now and then, a case crosses my desk that’s so egregiously wrong that I don’t have to wait to see the paperwork. It’s time to get busy. “I owe Comcast nothing, so why is it trying to collect $537?”
Dan Blasingame’s Comcast Internet service doesn’t work. So why is it referring his bill to a collections agency? “My Comcast Internet didn’t work, so they sent my bill to collections”
Damir Enaliev needs help.
I’ve tried. I contacted his car rental company in Newark after it dinged him with a $1,125 bill for damages he claims he didn’t inflict on his vehicle. Not only did the company ignore my efforts; it’s now demanding he pay up immediately, or it will send the bill to a collections agency.
““What should I do now?””
Shawn Corridan wants a refund for a decade’s worth of phone service he says he never used. This Verizon mistake cost him a bundle and he wants his money returned. How did this happen?