I closed my virgin account four years ago, but ive checked my credit score today and they are saying the account is active and I owe payments every month, FOR THE LAST FOUR YEARS, badly affecting my credit score.
I have the confirmation email off virgin media that I have left them in 2017.
I have tried to re-register an account but my account number no-longer exists on their system, so I cant log-in to contact someone for help!?
Can anyone point me in the right direction please? How can I contact them to help sort out my account? Why wasn't it closed four years ago like they said?
How can I forward a complaint as this has negatively affected my credit score for YEARS.
Just by means of advice on terminology... It may seem like nit-picking but if you're going to deal with VM & credit agencies regarding your file, it would be worth making sure of the differences between your "credit score" (which is something internal to any company with whom you have a credit relationship) and your "credit file" (which is what you've been looking at, and on which lenders base your credit score)
By means of advice for resolving your issues...
You need to contact VM's credit team with all the relevant details, the entries that you believe are incorrect and reasons why. They should respond within 28days. You can do so, at....
Consumer Underwriting, Virgin Media, Eagle Court 3, Coventry Road, Sheldon, Birmingham, B26 3RZ. Or by email: email@example.com
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And separate to the credit file amendment, don't forget to complain formally to VM in writing, by recorded post asking for compensation for this error (search, read and follow the Virgin Media Consumer Complaints Code of Practice). I wouldn't hold out great hopes that the complaint will be well handled, but if they haven't settled with you on terms you're fully happy with, within eight weeks of the complaint, then at that time you can escalate to the industry arbitration scheme CISAS where a trained adjudicator will review the matter and decide what is a fair outcome for you.