For the 2nd time in consecutive months Rogers has applied an additional Netflix charge on my bill that I never signed up for. I already have a Netflix account that I use Paypal to pay for. I already contacted Rogers about this issue and was informed no one had made any changes to my account. If that is the case then why was the extra charge added again this month?
I strongly believe someone has used my personal information and signed up for some kind of a deal where they connected their NETFLIX to my ROGERS account. I would greatly appreciate if ROGERS would resolve this issue for me and give me a proper explanation as to why these changes are taking place on my account without my knowledge.
I have been a ROGERS customer since 2011 and I don't want to see additional charges pop up on my account each month for a service I never signed up for. If this continues then I will have no choice but to cancel my ROGERS wireless and switch to another mobile provider.
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Sseeing unexpected charges on your bill can certainly be a cause for concerns. We'd like to take a closer look at this for you and review what transpired.
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Got the same problem. An unauthorized Netflix charge appeared on my Rogers Bill. I called a multiple time and talked to a couple agents and they didn't seem to know that this is a recurrent problem. They directed me to Netflix, who confirmed that they were not the one charging my Rogers account and directed me back to Rogers. So I called Rogers again. Then I got lucky cause I talked to a very competent and nice agent that seemed to know what was going on.
Here is the procedure the agent gave me:
|How to Retrieve a Netflix Username and Cancel Netflix Subscription for Rogers Wireless billing|
|To recover the email address used to sign up for Netflix and cancel the Netflix subscription charged to your Rogers wireless bill:|
I did the above steps. to find out that the email associated with the Netflix billing charges on my account was an email I never seen before. I called Netflix with the email and service code and the agent changed the email on that account so I could change the password on my side and receive the email confirmation that the account charging my Rogers bill was cancelled. The email I received was in Spanish!!!! So I had to ask for the email again in English. Before the agent closed the account, I went in to check where the streaming from: PARAGUAY!!!! There were multiple devices connected to the account and were all streaming from Paraguay. So I was finally able to cancel the "fake" account that was charging my Rogers account.
Netflix assured me that the only way that the Netflix charges can be applied to a Rogers account, it has to be done through the My Rogers account or right from the TV device. So, I guess someone hacked into my account to create a "fake" Netflix account.
Be very careful. I called Rogers back again to start an investigation...
Hope this helps someone having the same problem!!!
Greetings and welcome to our Community @Jstrate!
We can help with a billing dispute such as this. I'd like to take a closer look at your account and figure out why you're being told that we can't help you.
This has happened with my account as well. I have never signed up for Netflix before and there was no accounts linked to my email or phone number. I was able to find a different email that was connected to my account that the charges were going through. I told Netflix to cancel that account and its link to MyRogers and then proceeded to be in over 5 hours of talking with Netflix and rogers representatives about how I can get a refund which both said that I would have to get the refund from the other party. I finally got a refund when I went through my credit card company which is ridiculous. After all this was said and done with last month, I woke up this morning to another charge on my account this morning for Netflix. Can rogers please fix this and maybe talk with Netflix about a better solution. There was a security breach this year in which rogers said that its clients had some of there privacy compromised. If anything the Netflix subscription should be confirmed by the phone number. The email connected to my account is (removed for privacy purposes)
Sad to see that people are still banging their heads on this issue and that Rogers is still unable to resolve this. I starting getting Netflix charges in October of 2019, yes 2019! Was unable to get any help from Rogers to stop the monthly charges, and after being told by one person that it was my problem to solve last May, I decided to cancel my account. Total incompetency on this matter by Rogers. Previously suggested to have CBC Marketplace expose this. Over one year this has been going on. Shameful.
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Nov 28th 2020 I started getting charged Netflix on my Rogers account.. BOTH COMPANIES HAVE NOT BE HELPFUL. It's a back and forth game. Rogers says its through Netflix, Netflix says its through Rogers. I just want it removed and my money back.
Thanks to Mel28 for posting this -- it helped me solve the problem and get the phony email account.
ONE ADDITION: Step 1: You MUST log out of your own Netflix account - if you have one -- BEFORE following these instructions. Otherwise it will keep sending you to your own proper Netflix account. Netflix keeps you logged in automatically, so you must manually log out. If you log out of Netflix first, you will then be directed to the fake one.