h.kitchener

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January 26, 2014
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March 21, 2017
Location
  Columbia, South Carolina
h.kitchener

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Cancel out and ensure they cannot take any money from your bank account even tho they said the auto pay was cancelled. Talk to your bank about how to do this---By the way, now you know why having auto pay for anything is so dangerous. If AHS tells you you need to pay a cancellation fee, etc., then just laugh and say "send me a bill, but I won't be paying it." They may send you a bill, etc., but just ignore them. The most important thing here is to cancel with them and ensure they cannot take any money from your bank account.

h.kitchener

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Did you know that the mandate for you to buy health insurance is no more? I don't understand why you or anyone would agree to auto pay, but your first action should be to immediately cancel that and have them send you a monthly/quarterly bill which you can pay either by check or via your bank's bill pay method. Or, if you cannot find out how to cancel auto pay then change banks or do whatever it is you need to do to stop them from just taking money out of your account. Since you are no longer under any obligation to buy health insurance now, perhaps you should just cancel it and wait till "open season" later this year when you can find a better insurance company. And, of course I will say "your welcome" to your "thanks for subsidizing my health insurance."

h.kitchener

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Remember: you are dealing with the USPS, not the most competent people in the world. In your case, do as I have done twice in the past couple of years: Go to Amazon and click on "orders", sign in and find the order in question. Then click on "return or replace Item" to send a message to the seller that you did not receive the item as it was delivered erroneously to someone else and request a refund or replacement. I have had the same thing happen with the postal service delivering a package to someone else and in both instances, the seller sent me a replacement. It's no use complaining to the USPS as they are inept and useless. If you do not get satisfaction via your complaint to Amazon, then you can dispute the charge with your credit card company, etc. Going thru Amazon should work as they are pretty good about things like this. Amazon sellers like sending via the USPS as it is cheaper than UPS, etc. However, given the unreliability of the USPS, one would question that method of delivery. Good luck.

h.kitchener

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Count yourself lucky it is only when your regular mailman is off! Our regular mail lady is the problem---mail dropped on the ground next to the mailbox; our mail delivered to a neighbor and vice-versa; and she forgets to deliver mail/package to us and has to return later to do so. Perhaps her problem is that she is always, always on her cell phone during her rounds. You can hear her talking on the cell phone as she comes up the road. Complaints to the local post office are useless when they actually bother to answer their phone. Best to avoid having anything to do with the USPS if at all possible. We now send our packages via UPS or FedEx and have taken to paying our regular monthly bills via our bank's "bill pay" program, which is free and works like a charm. Anything to avoid using the inept USPS.

h.kitchener

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This is a common practice with cable companies. They give you an "introductory" price which expires in a certain time-frame and then put you on the "regular" pricing structure after that term ends. This is how they get you to sign up in the first place, similar to magazines offering you a low intro price and then automatically renewing you for a higher price thereafter. Check around with other providers and see what you can get and if you find a cheaper one, go with that one. Actually, you would be better off dropping the TV portion and just keeping an internet connection with which you can stream things like Netflix, use a Roku box for hundreds of other channels or just stream most other TV series direct to your telly.

 
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