If you were charged on your Embarq residential or local phone bill for third party services and subscriptions (i.e., voicemail, internet access, web hosting, email, caller-id services or other premium services “billed on behalf of” third party merchants, etc.) that you never authorized Embarq to bill you for, tell us your story!
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Embarq Billing Questions: What Are Third Party Charges?
According to Embarq’s website, Embarq “provides billing and collections services on behalf of other telecommunications companies. Examples of these types of charges are Long Distance charges from other companies besides EMBARQ Long Distance, Collect Calls, 900 calls, etc.”
According to Embarq “If you have charges from one of these companies that EMBARQ has a billing and collection relationship with, the charges will appear on the new page titled “Third Party Providers.”
According to Embarq’s website, on the Third Party Provider page you will find:
- EMBARQ billing on behalf of disclaimer statement
- Contact information for the third party provider
- Date of invoice cycle
- Summary of Credits
- Summary of Charges
- Usage detail
- Taxes billed by the Third Party provider
How To Cancel or Stop Third Party Billing From Embarq:
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If you were charged on your local residential telephone bill from Embarq for third party services and subscriptions that you never authorized Embarq to charge you for, tell us your story!