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    I used to have a contract with MTN which ended in 2012. 5 years later, at irregular intervals they debit my account for amounts between R300 and R700. I am told that since I am no longer a customer they cannot speak to me.

    I am told that it must be a) arrears, b) insurance premium, c) a family members contract, d)outstanding fees, e) interest. In other words excuse of the day.

    The fellow at the Small Claims Court said that MTN maintain that the SCC has no jurisdiction on cellular providers
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisc View Post
    I used to have a contract with MTN which ended in 2012. 5 years later, at irregular intervals they debit my account for amounts between R300 and R700. I am told that since I am no longer a customer they cannot speak to me.

    I am told that it must be a) arrears, b) insurance premium, c) a family members contract, d)outstanding fees, e) interest. In other words excuse of the day.

    The fellow at the Small Claims Court said that MTN maintain that the SCC has no jurisdiction on cellular providers
    Do you reverse the debit orders?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisc View Post
    I used to have a contract with MTN which ended in 2012. 5 years later, at irregular intervals they debit my account for amounts between R300 and R700. I am told that since I am no longer a customer they cannot speak to me.

    I am told that it must be a) arrears, b) insurance premium, c) a family members contract, d)outstanding fees, e) interest. In other words excuse of the day.

    The fellow at the Small Claims Court said that MTN maintain that the SCC has no jurisdiction on cellular providers
    Change your bank account number

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    Well I am GATVOL with them and "NOT OUR PROBLEM" attitude.
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