Teledias a/k/a U.B.I. and/or U.S.B.I. Billing Company has fradulently taken a phone conversation which was preparaed to trick their victims and then edited. I received a phone call sometime back from a lady asking questions, I truly forget what it was about but I vaguely remember something about healthcare. She verifyed my name and address to which I agreed by saying “yes”. Continued to ask me for my birthday for which I answered I do not give that information out, she asked, “why because you forgot”, and I said, “no, because I do not want to provided it”. That phone call was edited, Teledias played it for me as their proof that I had authorized them as my long distance carrier. If you listen to the recorded phone call it is clear that it was edited, they used the part when I said “yes” to confirm my name and address and edited to sound as if I agreed to their question about accepting them as my long distance carrier. That question was never even asked to me. I disconnected my land line with AT&T as I cannot afford any more fraudulent charges that they continue to allow. This is a disgrace. I have called Teledias four (4) times, they refuse to credit any money back, even though I never agreed to have their services nor ever used their services. I exclusively use my cell phone for all my long distance phone calls. Teledias has the rudest, most unprofessional, bad communicators who dont speak well working as their customer services representative. They know what they are doing to people and they don’t care. Please help! .
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