You can't. VM don't offer a public email channel. You could try the chat service, but that has a reputation every bit as bad as the offshore call centre (unsurprisingly, it is the same call centre).
If you want to raise a complaint, then my suggestion is that you write a letter and post it via donkey post, because like all large telcos and ISPs, VM are useless at all forms of voice or digital interraction (except, funnily enough, sales). Postal address is in the VM complaints policy. When you've lodged your complaint, VM have eight weeks to resolve to your satisfaction, if they haven't done that within the eight week period, then you can escalate to the arbitration service CISAS, who will look at the complaint, decide what any appropriate resolution is, and if there are things VM need to do (refunds, compensation, fixing problems) then CISAS will command that of VM.
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Sales consultant in Wolverhampton called Kally sold me a package over the phone and text. Had my first bill, it’s incorrect and extortionate, I have tried to resolve it with him, he is ignoring my text messages and calls. I was on the phone over 3 hours speaking to various agents, few hung up as they couldn’t deal with the query. This is ridiculous. I need it sorting. As soon as this lockdown ends I ll be visiting the local Virgin Media with my exact thoughts. I will be also relating a letter to Communication and Internet Adjudication Scheme (CISAS)
Thanks for your post. Sorry to hear that you've not had a reply from your complaint. I've been able to locate your account and it does seem like the team have tried to contact you back in May, however there was no response.
If you would like me to take a look in to this for you let me know and I'll private message you to pass some security.