I received a bill charging me $58.68 on April 5, 2003 at 2:24AM. I immediately called the billing company and received no answer. I wrote them a letter and received no reply.
I tried to complain to the Better Business Bureau and was informed that the BBB had received too many complaints and were no longer accepting them. I let it go, I figured it was a (censored) and they would pursue any further. I was wrong.
Six months later I have now received a letter from a collection agency. I called them to explain how I was billed for services I had not used and how I tried to correct this situation in April to no avail. The collection agency told me to pay the bill or she would see me in court. Then she hung up on me.
Now I have finally filed a complaint with the Better Business Bureau, and I have sent a letter to the Federal Trade Commission. After that I went on the internet to find a phone number to contact someone at Alyon Technologies. After typing in Alyon Technologies into the search bar, I found hundreds of reports and complaints similiar to mine.
I feel reassured that they will not get away with what they are doing, but I worry that my credit is in jeopardy. I wonder what steps I should take to right my credit report.