Nextel Boost Mobile
NEW JERSEY --
This is about very poor customer service from Nextel Boost and a nasty, sarcastic an arrogant supervisor (Steve) who raised his voice to me, a customer. Money was accidentally added to a wrong prepaid Nextel boost phone for my child's phone, when I first call I was told that a form could be filled out to credit the right account and I would have to speak to the customer credit dept. and I was put on hold for an extended period of time, so I hung up and called back and requested to speak to someone in the credit dept, this customer service person (heavy southern accent) declined to do so and discussed the situation with her supervisor who told her nothing could be done and who ever owned the phone would keep the money that was put on it. I then requested to speak to her supervisor. The supervisor Steve (he refused to give his last name and again heavy southern accent) employee #874532 came on the phone and I explained what happened for the 3rd time and I even explained that I had the receipt and the actual reboost card that was purchased on my check card and I was told again nothing could be done. When I asked for his boss or supervisor, he became nasty and sarcastic he stated that the lord god was his boss and I told he that he was being nasty and sarcastic and religion had no place in this conversation because that was not what I was calling about, then he raised his voice and stated "DO YOU HAVE A PROBLEM WITH ME BEING A CHRISTAIN? and I stated “no, because I believe in god, but you are being inappropriate by discussing religion with a customer when the customer is calling about a problem that they are trying to get resolved and I hoped that the conversation was being recorded”. He stated that yes the conversation was being recorded and quickly rattled off an address to mail a letter of complaint to, as if Nextel or Boost cares about customer service issues or complaint. By the way I do have a hispanic first name, which they asked and used during the 2nd conversation and I live in the northeast, therefore I speak differently, maybe this was part of the problem, either way no customer should be spoken to in such a demeaning manor and made to feel as if their money does not matter.