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The current fault F004794472 & credit to my account

Hi can i have update on the the current fault F004794472........?

and can some one put credit to my account to cover this period......? 

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Can you till me if I am still on virgin media 30 day rolling contract...?
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Re: The current fault F004794472 & credit to my account

Not on the forums due to DPA, they may be able to in PM.


Surely you should know if you are out of contract or not though?
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Re: The current fault F004794472 & credit to my account

new review of the F004794472---> 15/03/17 not fix date... it bull **bleep** This what I am doing.................................... WE ALL NEED TO DO THIS................... If VM are 100% at fault, utilisation (over subscribing) is their problem, then make a formal complaint with VM, after 8 weeks if its not resolved take it to CISAS, follow my simple guide to make it easier. You can, if you provide enough evidence to CISAS you can get up to, if not more than 50% of your BB costs. Hit them in their pocket not yours. Also, TBH, the more that complain paints a picture to CISAS, and in turn OFCOM might get involved, it might be a small percentage, but its a big enough percentage to make heads turn. Don't procrastinate, go and do it.
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