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I have some advice, as someone who worked for AOL, on how to handle them as far as cancellation issues are concerned. First of all, NEVER, EVER, get off the phone with these people without writing down your cancellation number!!! This is your only leverage!! After that, there are some steps to follow :

1). Just accept the fact that this is going to be a game. The name of the game is retention. At any cost. You will be transferred to the wrong department. This is intentional. Do not let the representative transfer you. You may yet again hit the wrong department. Also, as an aside, many of the cancellations representatives have been annexed to India and speak rudimentary English. This is not an insult, only a fact. Do not state your intention to the representative. Demand, nicely but firmly, to speak to a manager. Three times in a row. They are required to seek assistance after three requests. Make sure they have the manager come to their phone; do not let them transfer you to the managers' phone. You will be cut off. Make sure, also, that you are speaking to the department coach and not a point-of-contact on the floor; they do not have any authority to take action and will only argue with you. Get the coach's name, and call center location.

2). Demand that your account be cancelled. Do not let them transfer you. All coaches know how to access and cancel accounts. Once again, repeat yourself three times in a row. Do not let them cycle your account out; this leaves your account open for easy reactivation. Demand immediate termination. GET YOUR CANCELLATION NUMBER. ( Sorry to yell but you really, really need this!!) Record the time and date of the account termination. They will process and send out a termination letter that day. You should receive it in five days.

3). Request the address of the legal department. Again, do not let the person on the phone transfer you. All representatives have access to the AOL directory. If you let them transfer you to legal, you will get an answering machine to take your info but give you none in return. They will never get back to you. Compose a letter of formal termination to the legal department. Put your cancellation number at the top of the letter and several places throughout. This is/was your account number and will serve to identify you. Send it certified mail. Send copies to your banking institution/credit card company. When you get the cancellation letter from AOL, send those as well. This serves as your legal notification to these institutions that all indebtedness to AOL has ceased.

4). If you have not received the cancellation letter in five business days, you will have to call them back. Repeat steps 1-3. Believe me, everything that is done to your account is recorded in it and your demeanor and handling of the last call will be there as well. There should be much less hassle. Above all, stay calm. AOL has instructed its employees that they may terminate calls if they feel the caller is abusive. Never threaten a lawsuit, because if you do, your account will be blacklisted and you will only be referred to the answering machine in the legal department. Nothing will ever be accomplished. If the account is still open, demand it terminated immediately and demand a written log of all activity on the account. They have to give you that. The full names of all employees handling the account will be listed by their actions. This has to go through legal first, and believe me, they will take serious action on that one. They have gotten in trouble for that before. If they say the account is cancelled, make them give you the cancellation number. Compare it to the one you have. Make sure they match.

Once this is settled, still be on guard!! Place stop-pays on your accounts if they are being withdrawn from your bank. Place the stop on the COMPANY, not the AMOUNT. If your account has been tampered with they may have changed your billing amount. Inquire. If they try to draft, smile and let the bank handle it. Your account number/cancellation number from AOL will be part of the draft. With the letters you furnished them, they will have ample evidence for fraud. The stop pay protects you, and the bank does not take fraud lightly. Neither do the credit card agencies.

Above all, never have anything to do with AOL again. They are all about the bottom line and do not care what they have to do to maintain it.
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tander on 02/22/2006:
Excellent review and information!
spiderman2 on 02/22/2006:
I only skimmed this letter over, but it seems full of great advice for canceling AO-h-e-doubletoothpicks. Also, never, ever take the free 3 months they offer you. Just say no.
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AOL cancelled my account of over 7 years ( a paying user) with no reason
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STERLING, VIRGINIA -- I have been a PAYING user of AOL for a good 7 years plus. I used AOl just fine last night and then this morning I tried logging in and it wouldn't let me. I also spent a lot of time on the phone with getting no where or no one that would give me a reason other than I "may have violated terms of use" even though I have done nothing different than I have the last 7 years. I was told to write a letter to CAT in Sterling VA to have my account reactiviated. So I did and went to the post office to overnight it $20.00. Once I left he post office the more I thought about it the more it pissed me off that I had been a paying customre for that long and no phone call or email as to why. So I called back again to get the same response and they couldn't give me a phone number for the people that choose to delete your accounts and she told me I needed to write a letter, but this time I got a different address and she said she had no clue why the 1st lady told me the wrong place to mail it. So I mail the 2nd letter (another $20.00) I could have sent it regular mail but all my banking, credit card statements, notifications, etc are emailed to my AOL account. Guess that does me no good now!!! What a joke that someone can delete your account of over 7 years, I mean if you were sending out spam, etc wouldn't you have been doing it the 1st part of the 7 years?? Funny you can write a letter but no way to contact them directly. AOL should realize you can get online and email for free, they should treat the people that pay a little better!!

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Weedwhacked on 01/25/2012:
AOL is still around?!
Anonymous on 01/25/2012:
Sounds pretty obvious to me by this review that AOL is still around. And their customer service is still as sub-par as ever.
Anonymous on 01/25/2012:
This review should serve as a reminder that we need to keep a close watch on how technology is affecting our culture and how our laws are not necessarily keeping up with it.

Cutting the OP off in only a matter of hours, with no grace period or warning, means he is no longer receiving his bills and other financial statements.

AOL can end their relationship with anyone, but they shouldn't be allowed to mess up your relationships with others as a result - the OP should have been given time to make other arrangements.

Sadly, I believe only *another* law would compel companies that offer email services to do so.
griffin21 on 01/25/2012:
With PIPA and SOPA, file sharing services that have not been shut down have clamped down significantly and ABRUPTLY in the past week. (Search for news on Megaupload, for example). That might have something to do with the sudden enforcement of AOL terms of service.

Couldn't you create a new email account, and update your financial accounts contact information?
Patrick on 01/25/2012:
Yes, I can just use yahoo and create an email address that is FREE. But I have many contacts over the 7 years and important information saved in emails that I can no longer get to.
If you accessed your mail via an AOL desktop clien on 02/16/2013:
If you accessed your mail via an AOL desktop client, you may have your old emails stored on your computer drive. If so, you may still be able to access them via the username mail files located on your AOL folder. The files use the username(s) in the file name. If you can create a new AOL account under a new username, you may be able to open the old username files via the new username by renaming the old files to the new username (changing the username only contained in the file name). This may allow the old file to be recognized as matching the new username and may open the old file, revealing all the stored email.

I did this on my old Mac G3 tower when I wanted to change my secondary email address due to spam. I was able to pick up with the new address where I had left off with the old one, no problem.
An AOL User on 02/16/2013:
Another thought...If you did use the AOL desktop client and you do have mail saved to your computer drive, you should still be able to access all your saved files without going online. They are saved locally to your hard drive. You may have to save each email as a text or PDF file or simply print them out to permanently preserve them. Your address book can be transferred that way, too. If you uploaded your contacts to another service like Facebook or another social site, you may be able to access them from there as well.

Also, don't forget the power of Bluetooth. You can send files to a cellphone and save them to the SD card, which can be removed from the device and read by a computer via a card drive.

Hope this helps. :)
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ARIZONA -- From reading your complaints about AOL Internet service, I appear to not be alone. I received six months free dial up service with my new Dell computer. I had lots of problems with the service primarily due to a language barrier in Tech Support communication by phone. Therefore at just over four months I told them to cancel my service. Then the REAL nightmare began. After the six month period the charged my VISA account with the months service. I complained to AOL and VISA and the amount was canceled from the VISA account. I continued to get information from AOL and the service was not canceled. Every so often I logged on to AOL only for the purpose to see if it were canceled. AOL could see that I had logged on and took the position that I was still using the service and wanted to charge me for that months service when in fact I had not used it other than to check to ascertain that it was no longer in service. This went on for a period of time and I refused to pay for their insistence that it not be canceled. Then I began getting letters from a collection company which I also ignored. Shortly thereafter I stopped receiving such notices and as of now I only assume that the service has been canceled as I had requested far in advance to all of this happening. I would never recommend AOL for Internet service. I believe that a big step to AOL improving their service would be to employ Americans that can speak fluent English to communicate with their clients.
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How to stop AOL from charging you
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Canceling your account is not impossible, I went through the "games" with AOL when I tried to cancel my account. They were very rude when I told them I wanted to cancel (my customer service rep started yelling in a different language when she figured out I wasn't going to stay), and even after giving me confirmation numbers still charged my account. If you need to stop them just file an Affadavit of Disputed Charges with your bank/credit card company. They will put a stop to them real quick. Hope this helps those of you who have trouble in this area :)
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Anonymous on 12/19/2003:
I did that and you're right, they credit your credit card for the charge. But then they send you a bill and threaten to file a collection report..although non filed yet.
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More info on AOL/Trilegiant Corporation
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For those who are interested, here is some info on AOL, and their fraudulent tactics. Seems Trilegiant Corporation has teamed up with AOL? Or is a division of AOL? Either way they are frauds at best, and here is some reading material. If you have already come across this info, accept my apologies.
(I had to laugh when I read this on Trilegiant's site) "We offer consumers a risk-free opportunity to sample and join our programs. We stand behind our programs with a generous free trial and a money-back guarantee." Keep in mind that Trilegiant heads up the AOL Credit Alert (, AOL Netmarket, Shoppers Advantage, and scores of other completely useless sites & "offers/memberships" now I am at a loss how to get a refund, but I know I never will, it was a battle just to get the AOL service cancelled , and every time I call to cancel the Netmarket or Credit Alert, they go on about how great it is and how I need it "blah blah blah blah" I "think" I got the "Great Fun" cancelled, and for my "inconvenience" he said,"we'll give you a 20 dollar food voucher" only problem with that is it signs you up right back where you started. I am now signed up on Netmarket...AGAIN!!I tried to cancel once again, they finally cancelled after I gave them hell, but once again they try to sign me up on that "free 20 dollar food voucher" so while they attempt to transfer me, I just hang up, but I can only imagine that a company as fraudulent as this, will keep on charging my card. As of right now I think I have got the Great Fun, and AOL Credit Alert cancelled, but I can't get Netmarket cancelled, although I did mail in cancellations to the aforementioned 3, and also attempted to cancel by phone, so we'll see how this hellish battle plays out. I can't fathom how these people sleep at night, "knowing" they are such thugs.

Here is another site....

Another persons personal hell of AOL/Trilegiant
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Anonymous on 12/12/2003:
I forgot to mention this irony here....Trilegiant (AOL Credit Alert/ hypes themselves to no end about the "importance" of knowing your credit report, who is looking at it, who/what/where something might be happening, if someone has stolen your information and set an acct up, etc , basically monitering your account (which is a wise thing to do anyway), herein lies the irony, Trilegiant is stealing millions of dollars from unsuspecting people, the very company who "prides" themselves on fraud protection for "you, the consumer" and good luck on getting a refund, I know I am still battling it out.
Anonymous on 12/12/2003:
it sounds like you forgot what companies do
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KANSAS -- A few years ago, I got one of those free AOL CD's that supposedly gave you 1088 hours of free internet. I had a problem finding a local number that didn't charge me long distance, so I called one of their support lines and got a sales person. Since they couldn't find a local number for me, the sales guy tells me that there is an old international number(which charges by the minute) I can use for free. He said its no longer being used for that purpose. Wrong!! I got a bill for $175.00 dollars!!! For using their free online CD! I called them up and got some guy in India! After finally getting some dude in America, he refused to listen or believe me on my side of the story for why I used an international number, even though I live in Kansas, he refused to compensate me on the bill. I had to use my credit card company to battle the bill, and you know what? They took my side, so I didn't have to pay Stupid AOL their scam money.

AOL sent me a letter, explaining how they were going to report this to a credit agency. What a rotten company!
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jktshff1 on 01/20/2008:
check your credit report and dispute the issue.
there is a general around here that can tell you more, but I believe you can put an alert on your report and they notify you if there is an inquiry or information put there.
Spazz on 01/20/2008:
Cool, thanks for your input.
Ponie on 01/21/2008:
If this happened 'a few years ago,' what's the problem now? Or as jkt mentioned, is it on your credit report? I guess AOL has finally stopped sending out these CDs. I got sick of getting them in my mail box and just tossing them out.
jktshff1 on 01/21/2008:
We used to use them for target practice. Fling 'm in the air and shoot them with a shotgun. Lots of fun.
babybear62005 on 05/29/2008:
I've realized with issues I've had with AOL that if I ever have to speak to any customer service rep from any company (especially AOL), I'm going to record the conversation for playback later.
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AOL Services

I just recently called to cancel an account with AOL. First of all, I opened the account in Oct. of 04 for the free trial membership. In Oct. I was having problems with my computer because of a virus. Frustrated with the computer, I just left it alone and forgot about the account. I just recently received my bank statement with the AOL fee on it. I called to cancel the account and to see if I could possibly be reimbured for the amount of the service that I have never used. Let me tell you that they were giving me this huge song and dance about how great AOL is and that really its my loss for not using them and about the anti virus software etc. I was interrupting this person saying that I want my account closed, it was not used and to please give me a reimbursement for the service that was not used. This person would not help me because I interrupted him. Soon I asked for a manager. Then I was put on hold for ever! I hung up and called back. After going through all the prompts to get to a person, I was a little irritated. Asked for the same as mentioned above. This person was lecturing me about reading contracts etc. and would not help me either if I interrupted. (do these people sit next to one another?) Very, Very irritated by now. I said fine. Keep my 23.90 for services not used. I will never use AOL again and let my friends and family know of my experience with this companys customer service. Please give me a confirmation number for my closed account! Dead air space, for the represenative would not even give me a number until I did not interrupt him and to let him finish what he was saying!!!! I hung up again and called back. This time a just asked to close my account and when asked why. I said I have better service elsewhere. I was put on hold for 5 minutes and then this person came back and gave me my confirmation number. I have never been so outraged with a company in my life! Really it was more about the way I was treated rather than the money! For the attitude was unbelievable even from the get go (before I was irate). Never will I use AOL services. Thank you for letting me vent.
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Cancellation of Services
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HELENA, MONTANTA -- I've finally figured out why AOL is so eager to offer its services for FREE by sending you 6 months of service on a free CD in the mail. Once you sign up, it is almost IMPOSSIBLE to cancel! Not only will they keep you on hold forever while you wait for a customer service representative to tell you all the reasons why you should keep the service...once that person actually comes onto the line, they have no intension of actually processing the cancellation order.

Last week, I called to cancel AOL. I was prepared to wait on hold and do whatever it took to finally rid myself of these people! Cameron came onto the line and told me how sorry AOL would be to lose me as a customer. I patiently responded to his questions about why I no longer was interested in AOL. After 15 minutes, I began to get somewhat frustrated. He just kept repeating the same thing, over and over...telling me about all the money I would save, if I stayed, and how much better AOL is than the rest of the internet world. He was also determined to make me feel guilty for having used any of the free services, now that I no longer wanted to cancel. Of course, his records didn't seem to reflect any information about WHY my service had been free...because I had been charged for services I had cancelled TWICE! But, he continued to drone on...and on...and on. Finally, I could take no more. I said, "Fine, I'll review whatever offer you want to send me. Just cancel my membership." This is when the line came that I'd always seemed to miss, in the past. He told me that, after I reviewed the offers, I could call back, if I still wanted to cancel. I was furious! I'd been on the phone with this guy for over 20 minutes, and he was still refusing to cancel my membership. When I said, "No, cancel it now," he responded by telling me how confused he was that I wouldn't want to save money. I tried yelling. I tried asking for his supervisor. Nothing got a response from him that indicated he was going to cancel my account. Finally, I just started repeating, "Give me your supervisor," no matter what he said. I had to repeat that at least 5 times, until he finally said, "Fine. Here is your confirmation number." and he hung up on me!

I hate AOL. If they were the last internet service on earth and were willing to pay ME to use their service, I'd say "NO!"
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Beverly on 01/18/2005:
What does this company think they are doing by bullying people into their service. I have had the same problem with them.
Livernois on 01/19/2005:
It most unfortunate that there are crooked companies like AOL in the marketplace. I had similar experiences with trying to cancel AOL. It's the same song and dance...

"We hate losing you." (meaning - we hate losing your money for an overpriced "service!").

When I cancelled some two/three years ago I got stuck with some scammer named Gary who kept talking nonstop for over five minutes about how much I would be losing. Actually I would be saving quite a bit of cash each month!

The whole purpose of that caper is to tire you out and hope that the subscriber would simply hang up. That way you're still stuck with more AOL charges. A subscriber must simply keep insisting that he wants to cancel. Unfortunately, Gary or whatever other jerk you get stuck with will employ the same delaying game, trying to get you to give up and hang up.

After about 15 minutes (it might have been 30 minutes as I didn't time it) I told the jerk that I just wanted to cancel the "da**" service. Now this scammer gets rude with me for "cussing him out!".

This was after his telling me all that time how stupid I was for trying to cancel AOL! He can call me stupid without my hardly getting a word in and when I use the tame word "da**," now I'm the bad guy and he'll try to hang up with me!

If you want to cancel AOL by phone, you just have to endure the 15 or 30-minute delaying game they ALWAYS pull in customer "service!"

You can also record the process and complain about AOL's noncompliance with your cancellation to the various consumer affairs or public service commissions in your state. If these agencies go to court over it, you might come up with a nice settlement dollar-wise. Something else to consider...

In short, the best way to avoid the hassels about cancelling AOL is never to sign up for the lousy overpriced ISP in the first place.
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AOL Billing and Calls
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My story is very long but to make it short I had a 6 month free trial to AOL and when I cancelled they billed my anyway! I've since filed a complaint with the BBB and we'll see how that goes.

My question to you all is have any of you ever been told by AOL that you did not call when you in fact did?? I have been told this three times and they even lost the record of me calling to cancel. The rep rudely told me that if I had called there would be a notation on the account and there is no way AOL could lose or not enter a record of a call! And I KNOW that is not true! I'm just wondering if it happened to any of you. It happened to me AND my neighbor as well!

DO NOT SUBSCRIBE TO AOL! AOL are into fraudulent business practices BEWARE the hundreds of complaints on this site should tell you how corrupt they really are!

Also one tip to get them to quit billing you...not only should you dispute it with your credit card company but after that is finished get a new credit card number!!
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TXRoadTrip on 11/04/2004:
Your not the only one -= they always bill you – even though you had free access and afterwards – called and canceled – they still charge your credit card, it’s been their ongoing practice for years now.

Make calls from your cell phones - if you have detailed billing - so it proves whom you called and when.
DebtorBasher on 11/04/2004:
YES! Just yesterday I called to verify my pricing plan. I am under an obligation with them for a year because they dropped my price from $21.95 to $14.95 with a one year commitment. When I called last month to cancel my AOL call alert (Because I now have DSL, and that doesn't tie up the phone line), I told them I didn't need it and when my 1 year expires I will be dropping AOL because I use another DSL service and I don't use AOL. I was told by a very friendly woman that I can use the AOL Bring your own access and still use the DSL service for AOL. She said it would only cost me $7.95 per month and I can use that to finish off my 1 year commitment. She went on to explain how to set it up. She told me that I would actually have to call another number to cancel the Call Alert, because they don't do that there, and she gave me the number.She also told me that the request for the change in my pricing plan may not get in in time before my next billing. She put me on hold and got everything confirmed and OK'd by her supervisor to change my pricing plan and switch me over. Well, when I got my credit card bill yesterday, I seen that I still was charged for the $14.95. I figured, as she said, it may not have been in time for the billing. So, I called them just to verify that it was switched and that it would only be $7.95 next month. This time I got a male on the phone. He told me there is no plan for $7.95, but the bring your own access is available for $9.95. BUT...he also said that is with a 6 month commitment. I told him the woman I spoke with never mentioned any commitment and it was $7.95 and it was approved by her supervisor. Well ... you guessed it ... he said there isn't any documentation on that conversation at all. No mention of any conversation about changing or requesting a change on my pricing plan. He did say there was a note on it that I called to cancel my Call Alert. Strange that this woman remembered to document the Call alert request that she said she didn't handle, but failed to document the 20 minute conversation about the pricing plan! I told him I wasn't committing to any more months, and when my year is expired I am dropping AOL altogether. He actually BEG me to let him help me. He offered another free month, I told him no ... he said he would even credit back the difference from the $14.95 and $9.95, I told him no. Then he went above and beyond and offered to credit me an even $15.00 and a month free (WOW I could make out with a Nickel on that deal), I told him no. I told him to just leave it at the $14.95 until my time expires with them and don't make any changes. He said I should let him help me (again saying please, please and begging as if I was their last customer on Earth). He told me that I shouldn't let just one bad rep who didn't document my records, ruin my experience with them after being with them for 10 years. He acted as if this was my first problem with them. He wanted me to trust him to help me. I told him no because the other woman promised and was nice to and she screwed me over. I told him that this isn't my first problem with them, that I had trouble with them in the past. That is how I got into the one year commitment for $14.95, because that is what they offered when I called to cancel my AOL before because of problems getting cut off all the time. I also told them that I didn't care for their Tech Help when I have to call India an have people that I can't even understand on the phones. So, I stuck to my guns and ended the call with leaving my account as it stands and I will cancel in a few months when my one year expires. I wasn't falling for the "Let me help you, you've been a customer of ours for 10 years". They always make offers but they don't come through with them. Screw AOL!
trinitie on 11/10/2004:
don't worry, everyone will hit his or her turn of being messed by AOL. Now you, my surroundings, and I took it a valuable lesson.
But I think the regulatory agency has to do something with AOL, kick AOL out of the market.
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Groups on AOL - and AOL response to Customers
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GEORGIA -- I have had a "Group" on AOL for several years, which allows me to send group mail, post pictures, resources, etc. Apparently, AOL did some "redecorating" beginning last Fall, and I (and many others) have not been able to send "Group mail" to our Groups since last December ('06).

Despite repeated complaints, including a *snail mail* to Randy Falco, the CEO of AOL, which was never acknowledged, I have never received anything other than form emails in response ("We hope to have this problem fixed soon." (Is nine months anyone's idea of soon??? Go to:

to see what others are saying!

Paying $26 a month to have no working "Group" and no reasonable response to a customer complaint, especially from their Corporate Headquarters!) while continuing to stay with AOL borders on insanity. Goodbye AOL!
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Anonymous on 09/08/2007:
People still use AOL? Dump it, febrile.

BOBOLAMA on 09/08/2007:
I get free AOL Mail,with my AOL-Comcast ISP. I've been with AOL, since 1991. always love it!!
BOBOLAMA on 09/08/2007:
AOL...the only intranet on the internet!!..still very cool!!
familytravel on 09/08/2007:
We've been with AOL for years. First we paid the $26.00 for dial-up, but now we've upgraded for AOL w/ DSL and we actually end up saving money. I would really, really recommend you either get DSL with free AOL or find another dial-up provider. For $26.00, AOL's dial-up service is very poor. I would strongly recommend looking into DSL service. I pay about $14.99/month for basic DSL, and get the AOL for free. If you want, you can pay AOL $10/month for unlimited technical support, movie clips, and all the extras.
beanbagbritches on 09/08/2007:
Time Warner now offers a free AOL account with Road Runner service. Perhaps you can utilize this service & get quality assistance while using your old AOL contact?
BOBOLAMA on 09/09/2007:
I get tech support online with AOL,because I purchased,my cable ISP through AOL. I only pay cable service,and nothing to AOL. I get cable tv,phone service,and ISP all for $99.99 per month. it's the best deal I've had in years!
febrile on 09/09/2007:
Thanks for your comments, everyone. Bobolama, do you work for AOL?
I have had AOL for several years, and I have cable with my AOL, and the only reason I kept my AOL is because I am a Group Founder there. None of your comments address *my* issue, which is: AOL Groups are not functioning, have not BEEN functioning for 9 months, and Groups are the only way for a large number of people to communicate on AOL. Moreover, when I send a snail mail letter to Customer Service, I expect a response, which I have not received.

As for Tech support, their techs, after never being able to resolve the problem, kept saying they would pass it up to their supervisors. That produced a form email, saying they were "working quickly to resolve the problem." So even their own Techs didn't realize that the problem is with AOL beta, and not our computers.
I call that very poor service.
Anonymous on 09/09/2007:
Since AOL can't fix the problem why not move to another ISP?
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