Can I sue a phone company for a bad credit?
I moved to Puerto Rico from the United States in January 2006. I had a Verizon phone account in Puerto Rico. I opened a new one here in the U.S. with the same company, and I closed the old (PR). I have not been punished because of Verizon. I got my last bill I paid in full before the day. My balance was zero. Weeks, I applied for a credit card and was rejected. I was shocked because in my 14 years, I have a credit history have always paid my bills the same day I receive them. This means weeks in advance! I need my credit report immediately and to my surprise, I had a negative balance! Yes! Verizon Puerto Rico! They never closed the account, as it should. Send a negative report from 2006-today! I tried to contact them repeatedly without response. Because I have no active phone number (of course if you want the account is closed!), I can not go ahead and talk to a human being! It’s the same e-mail. I sent my copy of all documents to the credit agency to see how they can help me. I stress all the time, and I can not sleep. I intend to buy a new house when I get my raise next. If a credit card was declined simple, can you imaging what’s wrong with a loan application? I feel betrayed by this company. It is not acceptable! : (