Hi raym2, I have looked into this for you and can see that everything is showing as green. Can you ensure that all cables are hand tight and reboot the hub as this has not been done for 28 days. Once this is done please monitor the connection over the next 72 hours. ^Chris
. Every time I complain, I get a letter saying " we have tried to call you back but we got no response" I only have one phone number . They then close the complaint after 28 days saying I was unreachable and the cycle continues over and over and over.
I have had to complain over the years about 13 times to virgin media and all I get back is this letter
We tried to ring you about the result of your recent complaint but we couldn’t get through . in 28 days we would close your complaint if we don’t hear from you.
I thought it was a joke. I got five letters in the mail stating this which I sent back clearly stating no one has tried to call me. I only have a mobile phone on the account which would show missed calls. I also received emails saying the same thing and whenever I phoned back asking to see a record of who called me, the notes say my number is unreachable. Meanwhile when I decided to leave in January o had several calls from three agents offering me new deals. How my number became reachable then is a mystery.
This must be their standard reply to any of my complaints. I reported it to cisas and have been offered some paltry compensation, but they still right their silly letters.
All of my complaints have now been closed. Clearly VirginMedia think that I'm satisfied! They've setup the complaints system to ensure you can't respond online, the only way is to call their general number and, yet again, be bounced around departments which aren't interested in helping you ... I never received a call-back from the person I spoke with 3-4 weeks ago who assured me he would call back and took my (not Virgin) mobile phone number ... see my previous message.
I've just spoken with the Construction Department (who told me the work would be carried out before end of February) and was told ...
- they had tried to contact me, she gave me the number, I think it might be my (still) unused Virgin mobile number
- the funds for the work have been approved
- the work was put on-hold because the parking bay was suspended ... there is no parking bay, it's a main road!
The person I spoke with, Chrissie, was rather bemused by this latest excuse for the work to still have not been done and said she would speak with her manager and get back to me (on the correct mobile number!) within a day or two ...
If I don't hear back from Chrissie (or somebody else from her department) by the end of March (2 days ...) I'm going to cancel my account, installation, etc and write a complaint to VirginMedia and make an official complaint through the relevant body ... CISAS ... I've had enough of this.
That is definitely the kind of service i would expect from virgin media. of course when all is said then done, then the business of getting all your bills wrong then follows. With more letters of " we tried to call you but could not get through"
This forum must really work or maybe its the fact i reported them to an CISAS. I finally had not one but two calls from customer service after writing several letters saying we called you but could not get through,
Then one tried to blame me for changing my account when they cant get it right. really sad.
Hello. The same situation has happened to me also. I find it utterly unbelievable that a communications company can actually lack the ability to communicate! I am searching for senior management email addresses to see if they are at all interested that the emails that are being sent are not only factually incorrect but also almost incoherent. This either means the staff are over loaded and rushing or do not have the ability to resolve the formal complaint in the first issue.
Thanks for the response, unfortunately it seems that notes have been written incorrectly on my account or you have misinterpreted them. This seems like standard practice for Virgin Media.
I should have 2 formal complaints in the process and am about to make a 3rd regarding managers not calling back, 1 from the faults team and on from the retention team. Even though I sent a promoting email to ask for contact.
I have asked for my monthly costs of £84.50 to be frozen as my bill has risen to £122, due to being out of contract until the complaints that I raised back in January being resolved (or not and me leaving!). I have emailed Rachel Barrass to raise the extremely poor customer service and lack of consistency, communication and resolutions. I also will be pointing out that the complaint policy has not been followed or adhered to. I am happy to talk to any one who will listen on just how shocking the communication from the communications company is. How ironic!
You have my account details it seems so give me a call if you really are able to listen and resolve the multiple issues I have faced.