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One account with what? You need to query the billing department of whatever entity is billing you. I recommend that you have at hand your registration details which include any email address you used, the date you enrolled with the service or purchased the product, any confirmation number of the transaction, the product identification number, and the amounts charged.
What would be unusual about being billed twice if it is a service for which you are charged monthly and two months have passed? If you have been billed twice for the same service or item, have you checked the date range for each of these bills, if they are separate bills? Is there a particular date by which a bill is requested to be paid? If payment was after that date, a second billing might have been issued.
If any of these charges are appearing on a credit card, be sure to have the card and the details of when the charges showed up. With these details, you may be able to find out what is going on by phone or email.
We can't because 'WE' Fixya didn't charge you. We don't charge for anything, our information is free.
You need to contact the people that charged you, or phone your credit card company and request a 'charge back'. Then it is up to the company to tell the credit card company WHY they charged you. The credit card company will refund as soon as you tell them you didn't authorise the payment.
not sure why you are posting here...you need to resolve this with Netflix. Since you used credit cards....contact them and make sure you put everything in writing. Bring your credit card into the conversation. This forum is for fixing things. you do not want to put any confidential info here.
There are really only 2 decent ones but it's like the lesser of 2 evils. They say free credit report because you get the first month for free but they charge you once aq month after that. They give you the option of cancelling your subscription before the first month is up then you don't pay anything. Great right? Not really!!!! They still reuire your'e credit card # because then they have it to bill you every month. I cancelled mine a couple days before the month was up and they billed me 8 months in a row. Now I check my statements constantly. They did reimburse me but thats not the point!!!
Hope that helps. Free Credit Report.com would probably be your best bet!!!RMWG7J
You should contact the bank that you have your checking account/debit card with. They can tell you if the charges were actually posted on your debit card. You certainly don't want to pay twice and debit cards are different from traditional credit cards where you are establishing "credit" and pay toward the balance each month.