This is a possible simjack. Login to your self serve account and click on "change sim" make sure the last 4 digits match the sim card in your phone. if it doesn't match then someone is commiting fraud. Reply to me if the sim numbers do match, so I can help you if it isn’t a simjack.
If they dont, please
Change your password on your self service account and check and secure all your financials. Change passwords on all other accounts such as email, etc.
Contact moderators and they can restore your services to your account.
Contact a Moderator (Public Mobile representative) for assistance.
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I am not a moderator so please do not contact me with any personal information. Hope you get your service back!
When is your renewal date ? Autopay sometimes fails and you might need to make a manual payment. Log into your account to check your status. Also try rebooting your phone. If you still need assistance then submit a ticket to a moderator by clicking on the bubble on the bottom right corner.
@shellylynn : If you can log in then check to see that the status is Active. Maybe the autopay failed for some reason. If so then click on Change SIM and take note of the 4 digits of the registered SIM # and compare that to the actual SIM in your phone. Are they the same?