I said that once my Nomad Internet experience was over, I would return here to give an update on the transaction—regardless of the outcome. Welcome to Part 2…
Good News!!! It ended a lot better than it started. Today, I received notice that the refund(s) had been credited. And, they were! Let’s discuss.
A day or two after I posted the first article, “Let’s Talk About Nomad Internet, My Review”, Nomad customer support sent me a link to a page that instructed how to process refund and print the return label. Basically I had to send them back the device first (which I gladly did), and then they would begin the refund process after they received it. I had to mail it through USPS (Us Postal). The instructions stated that it would probably take another 10-14 days, but I actually think the process took about a week.
We primarily communicated by emails and the process went relatively well.
I am disappointed that the product didn’t work for me, however; because I was really looking forward to an Internet package that was portable and that I could use anywhere. But, I’m glad that I was able to move on, without a loss, to try something new.
Concerning this experience however, I am glad that it turned out the way that it did. Either way though, I want to encourage you, as a consumer, to speak your peace. If you are paying for a service or product you should expect to get something that works for you. If it doesn’t, then say something. It might help you, the business, and others. Try to be fair, but always speak your truth, and state your expectations. Don’t be afraid to speak up for yourself.
My search continues for a good service, but actually my regular cellphone speeds are pretty good…sometimes. But, that’s another topic for another post.
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