I've been trying to get into my online account to pay my bill for 4 days, and customer service doesn't seem to be able to help.
I have sent multiple messages to Customer Service about this and the only suggestion is that I change my
email log-in and get a new password, which I have done but I still can't get into my on-line account.
I tried to pay my account by calling Customer Service one time in the past, but that was a disaster and it was painful talking to someone that didn't
understand my language, of course I could hardly understand them either. I was on the phone with them for a whole hour, so I vowed to never call them
to pay my bill again. It was so frustrating I was almost in tears trying to get this person to understand what I was telling them!
Since that horrible experience, I've been paying my bill online at Straighttalk.com for two years without any problem, but 4 days ago started the problem with my log-in name and password not working.
Last night my service was terminated due to non-payment.
Since I couldn't get into my account, my service was deactivated last night at midnight. I had notified Customer Service multiple times that I had to pay my bill before my service was disconnected, but now that it is deactivated, Customer Service is no longer responding to my emails and they've literally hung me out to dry.
I am disabled so it's imperative I have phone service. Now I'm left with no alternatives...I just hope I don't get more ill that I need to call an ambulance...This is pretty scary for me, and looking around the forum I see the problem of getting into online accounts is not an isolated incident. This is a problem on Straight-Talk's end and it is important to address immediately.
What are we to do? All my money, which disabled people have so little of anyway, is tied up into the phone I purchased from Straight-Talk, so it's not an easy answer to go to another service.
I just don't understand why this online signing in process is such a problem that it can't be resolved. I feel like Customer Service isn't forwarding my messages to the proper department, such as Website Technical Support, and is just deleting any message I send them because it's too much work to bother with.
Is there any good-hearted Customer Service Rep out there that will take on this problem and see it to the end to get it resolved? Before I became ill, I was a Customer Service Rep myself and when I told the customer I would get their problem resolved, I meant it and I went to bat for my clients and stayed with them until their problem was resolved and the client was satisfied. Is that really too much to ask for?
Surely this company knows that if I can't get this resolved asap I will be leaving Straight-Talk, right? Is their lack of response indicative that they don't care?