Copperlaw : Triton is a scam phone company that operates out of Calgary Alberta. They buy up toll free numbers, often similar to real corporate numbers (such as 1-800 as opposed to 1-888) and then leave a recording there directing you to call their new number, which generally carries a charge between $2 and $7.
Copperlaw : They really offer no service, merely trick people into paying their fees, which are often not disputed over a single $4 charge. Your case is different
Copperlaw : Fastrack Global is another similar company but is a shell company name for Triton Global Communications. Triton is apparently run by a guy named Guy Fietz in Calgary, Alberta. You can reach him at(NNN) NNN-NNNN go to the directory, dial 343 to reach him.
Copperlaw : If you Google Triton or Fastrack, you'll see many complaints and articles about them
Copperlaw : You should contact a supervisor and also speak with Bell's fraud department. You may also wish to contact the CRTC with regard to the operations of Triton.
Copperlaw : given the manner in which this company operates, these charges should not stand
Thanks for the advice I might be back depending on what Triton
reply is and what Bell Canada has to say