Cancelling Contract: Payment of early termination fee.

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Cancelling Contract: Payment of early termination fee.

Cancelling Contract: Payment of early termination fee.

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Shanear
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Cancelling Contract: Payment of early termination fee.

Hi, Folks.

 

Considering cancelling my contract and moving to a different carrier. For the final payment, can this be handled online via a final invoice, or will I need to visit a physical location?

 

Thanks.

 

 

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Re: Cancelling Contract: Payment of early termination fee.

Solved by Former Moderator FidoCatherine

Hey Shanear

 

Thanks for reaching out We'd hate to see you go! 

 

I'll send you a PM so we can discuss this further 😃

 

As for the final payment, here's a few ways to pay your final bill! You can:

- Call us to make a 1 time Credit Card payment (we accept collect calls)
- Make a payment at a Western Union 
- Send us a Canadian or American cheque
- Through your financial instituation, at the teller, ATM or on their website/application (Canadian bank only)
 
Hope this helped clarify your options!
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FidoCatherine
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Hey Shanear

 

Thanks for reaching out We'd hate to see you go! 

 

I'll send you a PM so we can discuss this further 😃

 

As for the final payment, here's a few ways to pay your final bill! You can:

- Call us to make a 1 time Credit Card payment (we accept collect calls)
- Make a payment at a Western Union 
- Send us a Canadian or American cheque
- Through your financial instituation, at the teller, ATM or on their website/application (Canadian bank only)
 
Hope this helped clarify your options!