Hello, I was just looking for some help finding an appropriate email to talk to the switching team at BT, I just phoned BT and was sent an email but the email they sent me was a no reply email, and I couldn't find a valid email in the email they sent me. I'm still being pestered by Talktalk about a bill that BT said they would cover and I need to send this via an email to BT so they can sort it.
Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks.
Welcome to this user forum.
You may still have to pay your Talk Talk bill first, as you need that proof of payment to get the credit added to your BT account.
"1. Once you’ve placed your order for BT Broadband, send us your final bill from your current supplier, which must state any early termination charges you have had to pay. If you receive your bills online, simply forward your last bill to email@example.com. If you receive a paper bill, just take a photo (or scan) of your bill and send the photo to us at the above email address. Please make sure you include your BT order reference number that our agent will have given you in the subject line of your email"
from reading @Keith_Beddoe post you should actually settle the final bill with TT ensuring early termination charge is shown and then send the bill to BT who will then reimburse you for early termination cost
BT do not actually pay you any money back, the amount of the exit fee is shown as a credit to your account, so you will still have to pay the TT bill.
Have you send a copy of that final bill to the switching team as requested?
Read the details on that website I posted, its all there.
I've just sent the email now to the switching team, so I still have to pay TT for this bill?
Yes, that is the way it works, there is no money paid to you by BT. Once its been validated, the credit will be applied to your BT account. Read all the details on that web page.
"3. We’ll credit your account within 28 days. You’ll see your account credit appear on your BT account which will equal the amount we have stated in the confirmation email to you
Please note: You will still have to pay any termination charges but the credit on your BT account will mean you will get this back in the form of lower payments to BT."
Talktalk send you a final bill, some of which includes early termination fees, you have to pay that.
You then send BT switching team an email of your final bill, which includes the early termination fee.
BT apply a credit to the value of the early terination fee* to your BT account, which will be used against future bills until used up.
*Switching offer covers the landline and broadband charges only, TV, mobile and other serrvices not included.