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Re: The worst customer service ever

Is been a week and no response yet.
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Hi, wallmo. We replied to your private message.

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Your not the only one.
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You'll NEVER get good customer service from Boost Mobile. I purchased a moto e5 plus in November 2018. It wouldn't stay connected to the internet. I called boost to ask for a refund , they said since it was past the 7 days I'd have to deal with Motorola. I did and received a replacement phone January 18,2019. It had the same problem. I again called boost to ask for a refund and was told I wasn't eligible for a refund because it was a replacement phone. WTF?! After sending private messages I was offered $60 added to my account as a solution. I refused as this was less than half of what I paid for the phone. Boost obviously doesn't care about its customers as I have been with them 8+ years. I am going with Metro pcs as soon as this month with boost is up as are my friends. I have also posted what boost has done to me on numerous websites as well as on their facebook page. Boost may have my money but you can bet they've lost more than what that phone cost because of the reviews I have put up. Many people have posted back saying they won't go with boost now. So for what boost thinks they've made off me they have lost many times over by my telling the truth.
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Hello TinaSerr! We are terribly sorry for the inconvenience. Unfortunately, we're unable to process a refund for devices outside of our return policy, any device malfunction needs to be addressed with the warranty department of the phone's manufacturer. In this case, Motorola. We are unable to help you in this specific situation. Please, accept our sincere apologies. ~AmyM25

~AmyM25
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No I will not accept your apologies. You told me in the beginning when I asked for a refund, I had to deal with Motorola which I did. I am having the exact same issue and have been reading on your community others with a variety of moto phones have the same issue. Which tells me this is a Boost/moto issue but you continue to sell the moto phones being aware of them not staying connected to the internet. This tells me Boost is selling phones to its customers that they are aware have problems. My phone was NOT purchased through Motorola it was purchased through Boost Mobile website. Your apology does nothing to refund the money for a phone that does not work. As I told the last person who contacted me, I have put my issue with Boost on numerous review sites as well as your facebook page. I have received many replies from the review sites thanking me for my review and letting me know they will not go with Boost. You may have my money but you have lost much more than the cost of my phone through my reviews and with myself and my friends leaving boost when our month of service runs out. It is NOT an issue of you can't refund my money, it is an issue of you WON'T refund my money. If you cared about your customer's you'd make it right and refund the money to my credit card. Until then, I will continue to place reviews on Boost on every website I can, as I have every email from Boost as well as screenshots of your "solution" of $60, and every email from Motorola. If you decide to make it right you may message me and have me send you a private message. Until then Boost will continue to lose new customers