on 03-12-2018 17:39
I rang this scam lot today and demanded they return it because I know there was nothing wrong with it and when I said it had been seen last week, I was told they were incorrect to tell me it was ok.
Interestingly it was apple I saw last week to take advantage of the battery upgrade for £25 and they also checked phone over! Then realised after I could upgrade phone!
I’m disgusted with you o2 as I googled this issue and it’s very rude this scam. I’m telling the world about this as no one else should be conned it’s bern too many times from what I’ve witnessed
Now I’m awaiting return of my phone and it better be the one I sent
03-12-2018 17:44 - edited 03-12-2018 17:46
on 03-12-2018 17:49
Total rip off and I’m going to blast YouTube with it later
on 04-12-2018 12:03
It's so basic.
In order to retain and build any relationship, you first have to establish trust. In business, just the same as in personal relatioships. Once that trust is compromised, then everything has to be revalued.
Its so simple.
If they decide not to honour the agreement, they should then return the phone to you at their expense. Just like eBay.
This shabby behaviour by O2 or their agents can cause huge damage to their reputation which they nurture by spending collossal amounts in marketing and advertising.
From your point of view you feel that you have been the victim of a scam.
From O2's point of view they (or the agent acting on their behalf) have shot themselves in the foot and whatever happens now is going to be expensive.
Either they honour the original agreement and apologise (by far the cheapest option) or they risk having their reputation dragged through the mud.
Best of luck, and power to your elbow.
on 04-12-2018 16:01
They continue to dupe people. In the beginning, the idea was that these phones were recycled to third world companies but I'm guessing that employees of this sometimes disgraceful company are buying these phones at rip off prices and selling them (that's just my opinion btw).