Reviews don’t make AT&T listen – Here’s what does

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Let’s say you have a complaint against AT&T and you want to leave an AT&T review. Maybe it’s a review of AT&T Wireless or U-Verse, or maybe it’s their subsidiary DirecTV.

There’s plenty of places to leave a bad review of AT&T like the Better Business Bureau or Consumer Affairs.

But why do you want to leave a review of AT&T?

Is it because AT&T did something wrong, and they won’t fix it? They probably won’t even admit to it, right?

We all have a sense of justice. We feel powerless when it seems like a big company like AT&T can do something wrong and just get away with it.

At Radvocate, we got tired of just leaving bad reviews of companies like AT&T. Sure it feels good, but it doesn’t fix the problem.

That’s why we help customers understand that you have an alternative to just leaving a bad AT&T review. And our alternative gets results!

What is it?

Radvocate helps you pursue a process called consumer arbitration. You just answer a few simple questions about what happened and we’ll put AT&T on legal notice on your behalf. Often times, this notice gets companies like AT&T to listen in ways that leaving a review rarely would.

Once a notice has been sent, many times a company like AT&T will offer to settle your complaint with a check or account credits. But if they don’t listen, we can help you escalate to the next legal stage…

That stage is called consumer arbitration, and unlike leaving a review or complaining to customer service, this puts your claim in front of an independent legal professional (the arbitrator) to decide.

Does it work?

It does. In the time it takes you to write an AT&T review, you can submit your complaint to us and get it sent to AT&T as a legal document.

Not all claims get awards, but those who do often see hundreds of dollars in refunds and credits for all too common issues like:

  • Price increases while under contract

  • Unpaid bonuses for switching carriers

  • Lying sales reps

  • Misleading buy one get one (BOGO) offers

  • Hidden fees

  • Returned equipment that was lost by the company

There are countless bad reviews online about these issues. So do you want to leave another bad AT&T review? Or do you want help taking action?

Instead of another bad review, let Radvocate help you take action against AT&T!

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They always stayed in contact with me every step of the process.

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