by Customer Discuss Staff | November 21, 2016 2:47 pm
One will normally expect Mobile money transfers to be swift and if there should be a hitch for whatever reason one will expect it gets resolved as a matter of urgency. The case in reference here is ExpressPay. Not only is our reader finding it difficult to get his money but cant seem to have professional service.
From ExpressPay contact numbers provided to the customer services experience is far beyond appalling.
When will service delivery in our nation start stepping up to expectations or yet still step up to their responsibilities. That wont be asking for much is it?
Find our reader’s experience below…
On the 11th of November, 2016. A relation of mine sent me an amount of Ghc100 via ExpressPay and I received a text message confirming the delivery of an amount of Ghc100 to a number of mine that had been ported from Airtel to MTN and also not on the Airtel Money platform.
Let it be noted that I don’t use the app so i initially tried to install it but realised that I couldn’t access the said amount from the app, I followed up on Monday the 13th with a number I got from ExpressPay’s Facebook page and website which is +233505717517.
A lady fortunately answered and gave me a code so Airtel helps me out, after the long bureaucratic process of most telcos, the process was reversed as of Thursday.
The unfortunate thing with ExpressPay is that their numbers on their site do not work and to even get through to them is another issue. I had to call several times before i could connect to their “customer care” and when one does get through to them, they show lack of courtesy, as though you have to literally beg them, no names are given, nothing!
As of my writing of this mail, I was told yesterday that ExpressPay “has to get back to Airtel on the matter” and as usual my numerous calls go unheeded. My beef is, the lackadaisical attitude with which the company is handling the said amount is not good, what if the amount was bigger? and I want my Ghc100!
I hope you can help me find closure to this issue.
From Ed M/ Ghana
Response from Express Pay to ‘CustomerDiscuss.Com’ team
We are waiting to see if they will have anything reasonable to say to this…
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Almost every service and product delivering company in Africa has it butt in the faces of customers, farting uncontrollably because the customer cannot really do anything. Mostly, if you quietly complain, they do nothing and if you are unlucky, they tell you to go f**k off.
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