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Need to have an amount of a purchase credited to my acct.. It would not recognize my acct. at my last purchase


Please talk to whoever you have your account through. This is not their customer service. This is "Fixya," a general open support site for all sorts of things.

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I ordered 1 14 presser foot and they keep sending them and charging me..


Immediately contact your credit card company and request they decline any future charges and to refund the excess charges on your card. (You may even want to request a new card since the vendor has the current card's billing information.) Contact the vendor and tell them that you have filed a protest with the credit card company, they've been notified to deny any future charges, refund the excess charges, and to stop any further shipping/charges.

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Will the credit be applied to my purchase I just got?


sure dolores,I have credited your acct, I also took 10,000 from it

May 22, 2015 | Computers & Internet

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My daughter set up my PayPal account with my bank details but when I tried to buy something but PayPal replied, we're sorry your PayPal balance and existing payments methods are insufficient to complete...


Make sure there are funds in your PayPal account. If not, transfer funds from your bank account to PayPal.
Existing payment methods include credit cards. Do you have credit cards linked to PayPal? If not, link at least one, it saves a lot of hassle.
PayPal used to transfer funds automatically from your bank acct to PayPal if the funds for a transaction were insufficient, but that has changed - you have to make sure your PP acct is in credit.

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I REFILLED MY STRAIGHT TALK PHONE AND NOW DONT NO WHERE THE MONEY WENT


Unless you paid cash for the minutes, the money should be traceable. Your bank will be able to tell you who received the payment (debit, checking or credit card). Credit card statements usually list the phone number of the payee. If you paid by cash, check with the place that took the payment.

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I had an acct. with fine art america closed, was charged $30.00 auto- matically on my checking acct. Informed fine art, and asked why was I being auto charged, and that my acct. was closed? They said I had...


You might contact your banking institute and share your problem with them and ask them to block FIne Art from accessing your checking account and ask them to contact Fine Art to refund money to your account. My bank has done this for me several times because of hackers accessing my account. They've even given me new accounts and closed old one. Also contact your credit card company and dispute the charge explaining everything to them. They will investigate.

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Identity theft & forgery


If she's stealing money from you, contact the police and then your credit card companies.

If you know who this person is, and have proof of it, send the police to her house, and get them involved.

They're the only ones that can stop this sort of thing.

Just be sure you have valid proof, otherwise she can sue you for slander if it turns out that she's innocent.

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