I received through the USPS (not via email) an invoice showing a PAST DUE amount of $85.01, current charges of $74.51, and Federal USF of $10.50; for a “Total due Upon Receipt” of $170.02. There was a second page included specifying a total 7 calls (made from 6 different phone numbers at my business) totaling the $74.51 mentioned above as current charges. My business name is misspelled, my street address number is incorrect but matches the last four digits of one of my phone numbers. The address for Advantage Telecommunications Corp. (for me to mail a check) is a PO Box in Boston. The customer service number (which I have not yet tried to call, and don’t intend to after seing this website) is [protected], which is the same shown on two posts on this website. An email address of [protected]@service-us.com is also listed as a way to contact them. I intend to go to the U S Postmaster in the city where my business is located and pursue a Postal Fraud investigation if possible. If anyone else has USPS (as opposed to email) communications from this company, you might want to print out a copy of this complaint and contact your own Postmaster.
This complaint and/or review was posted on HolySmoke.org on 00:32 am, December 29, 2018 (CST) and is a permanent record located at: https://www.holysmoke.org/scam/advantage-telecommunications-corp/.
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