I've given BT notice to leave, following notice that they are increasing prices from January. The email states that I can leave free of ETC if done within 30 days.
I've arranged to move to another provider, and had an automated email from BT stating I would need to pay £293 ETC
Clearly this is alarming to the customer, and phoning BT advisers doesn't give much reassurance, as they state "that's how the system works" and I have to trust them that the final bill will not include any ETCs, but they are unable to put this in writing.
Would it be possible to highlight this to the IT dept. in BT? Surely it can't be too difficult to put an automatic system in place to send out a correct email stating no ETCs when generating the leaving email.
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It gets highlighted every time there is a price rise so I think it must "be too difficult to put an automatic system in place to send out a correct email stating no ETCs when generating the leaving email".
Hi @Foiled and thanks for posting.
I'll be happy to take a look at this for you, just to make sure there are no incorrect charges. can you drop me over an email with your details? You'll get the contact the moderators link in my profile.
Thanks for sending over the details. Just to clarify, you received the early termination charge email because the transfer request was received before the price rise cancellation was triggered. I understand you did speak with an advisor who incorrectly told you to contact your new provider and then let us know. We will of course provide feedback on that but just to confirm you can ignore that email.