I am the account holder of an exisitng ADSL service, that I had originally paid for for my son. The billing had been changed quite sometime ago which sees monthly billing debited from my son's account (see email extract at bottom of this message).
Recently he has moved and when he attempted to cancel the exisitng adsl service (for which) per above he is billed monthly he was advised that the original account holder (myself) needs to give the authority/approval to cancel.
I've sat on the phone a number of times for lenghty periods of time without speaking to anyone to request this to be cancelled.
This should be an simple process and not require interaction, rather online with relevant details.
I don't have the time to waste waiting in a queue to get this actioned.
Please advise of the easiest way this can be completed
Below is the latest email my son received (he had changed his banking details) recently.
From: "TPG Internet" <email@example.com> Date: 12 June 2019 at 6:45:21 am AEST To: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Subject: Credit Card Debit Rejected
Dear Customer, We recently attempted to debit your credit card for $xx.99 however unfortunately this was declined by the bank. Please note that as TPG services are paid in advance, your service may be suspended if payment is not received before your billing cycle renewal. If your credit card details have recently changed, you may update your credit card information securely at http://www.tpg.com.au/updatecc. To ensure your credit card details remain secure, please do not respond to this email with credit card information. If you would like us to attempt the debit again, you may retry the payment at http://www.tpg.com.au/support/retry-payment. If you have any queries, please contact TPG Customer Service on 13 14 23 (option 3) or visit our Support page at http://www.tpg.com.au/support. Regards TPG Internet 12/06/2019 Reference: xxxxxx xxxxxx
If this can be arranged would be much appreicated.
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