Live in Pickering, Ontario. Had a gentleman supposedly from Rogers come to the door and offer me a 60 Mbps internet plan with unlimited bandwidth for 39.99 a month, no installation charge or modem rental fee. When it came time to verifying who I was, he asked for two pieces of ID and said he could not verify me using my phone number through his iPad even though I'm a Rogers customer, so we told him to leave. Is anyone at Rogers aware someone was going door to door in Pickering for this? Occured around 6:45 pm on Dec. 10th. Thanks!
Good evening @puporj,
Welcome to the Rogers Community and thank you for your post!
I can definitely imagine how concerned you must have been following that sales representative visit to your door. In your situation, I would want to confirm that I was speaking with an actual employee too.
If he was not able to retrieve your existing account using a phone number, it can be because these agents use different tools than customer service does.
Did he give you a business card, name, contact number or email address?
We would love to check out that promotional offer for you and validate if the representative is indeed one of ours. If you wish to discuss things further or send us the representative's information, please do so via private message. You can learn how to send a PM, here.
Hi! I’m from London Ontario. These guys, same deal. They entered my secure building wearing a Rogers shirt and asked if I had internet with Rogers.
I was not wise enough to ask for ID (but I will in the future). But they did leave promo material and a name and email.
Welcome to the Community and thank you for your post :).
It's definitely a good idea to ask for ID, just to be sure. Did you end up reaching out at the email on the promo material?
Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns.
No I did not reach out to them. Whoever they are, they know my face, they can enter a secured building without approval from the superintendent (I asked if they were allowed), and they know where I live. Reaching out seems like I could draw even more attention to myself. I was truly hoping one of your people would do this.
Thanks for the reply,
I just had 2 sales people come to my door offering Ignite Internet Gigabit tv and home phone for $90/month. No contract. I'm very skeptical. Did not think to ask for proper ID
Good evening @Helen123,
Being cautious definitely makes sense. If you have any further questions about your account or the offer please feel free to contact us via PM @CommunityHelps. For more information on our Private Messaging system, please CLICK HERE.
Welcome to the Community and thank you for your post @123456799997,
Asking for identification is definitely a smart way to avoid any false promotions. Most of our current bundles are not on a term. You can view our Ignite TV bundles here.
If you have any questions about any promotions offered to you, feel free to reach out to us via PM @CommunityHelps or contact us via Twitter @RogersHelps or on Facebook.com/Rogers.
For more information on how to use our private message system please refer to my post right above yours 🙂.
I had a guy from Roger's who have offered Internet for $32 in Kanata,Ottawa. He showed up when I was not home and gave a broucher to my wife. When I tried to call him on his phone I am getting recorded message saying this number is not assigned and I have emailed him but no response.
If this is the real offer I would like to sign up.
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A warm welcome to the Rogers Community Forums and congrats on your first post! 😊
That deal sounds pretty sweet and almost too good to be true, so I can definitely understand your hesitation! If you can please shoot us a Private Message @CommunityHelps, we'll be more than happy to investigate the validity of this offer.
For more information on how our Private Messaging system works, please CLICK HERE.
We look forward to hearing back from you!