[also posted under 11950 sw garden place] My wife noticed a strange charge for $25.00 on our master card originated by “11950 sw garden place” and asked me what it was. I didn’t recognize it either, so we began investigating. Google brought us to this page where we saw several [redacted]s of fraudulent charges, all of which track back to 11950 sw garden place as some sort of att cellular blling operation. Since our cellular service is thru boost, not att, so we didn’t make a att-boost connection at that time. Because we believed the charge to be fraudulent, we notified our credit card company. They recognized the billing signature as one they receive many complaints about, immediately cancelled that credit card, and issued a new one with a different number. Express delivery for our replacement cards cost us $8.00. Then, in reviewing our boost mobile account online, we found that a balance of $28.20 on one of our two accounts had been zeroed out and exactly one minute later, our credit card had been charged another $25.00 – – apparently the same $25.00 we were trying to get answers for when this all started. Nowhere in boost’s autopay by credit card did they mention using a third party to actually collect the payments – however, they do – – enter vesta boost at 11950 sw garden place in portland or. Long story short, despite boost representative’s full assurance when we shifted to them that neither our deposits nor our minutes would ever expire, we were told today by boost that both expire every 90 days. When I tried to close both accounts, I was told that boost does not close accounts – rather, when the deposit runs out without being refilled, the account automatically expires. The fact a boost representative told us what he did, neither boost customer service nor boost billing was willing to make things right with us. So – boost and vesta boost ripped us off for a total of $82.00 (Including that $8.00 express delivery fee for replacement credit cards).
This complaint and/or review was posted on HolySmoke.org on 12:33 pm, May 29, 2018 (CST) and is a permanent record located at: https://www.holysmoke.org/scam/boost-mobile-boost-worldwide/.
The reviews & complaints posted about Boost Mobile / Boost Worldwide was submitted by a member or guest on this website. Any and all opinions and information are published as is. HolySmoke.org does not edit or remove any aspect of the report and is simply a consumer grievance free-speech platform. As such, HolySmoke.org cannot be held liable for the complaints and reviews posted about Boost Mobile / Boost Worldwide as per Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.
Be an Informed Consumer
An informed consumer is capable of making sensible decisions, gains insight about a business prior to an interaction or transaction. Our newsletter provides resources and information that informs you, the consumer. of such things as consumer rights and protection.