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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Please contact your bank right away and tell them that you never authorized those payments. They will do the needful for you.
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
Unfortunately there is not a lot you can do but threaten them. The banks will not help on a debit card, only on credit cards. There are a ton of pages dedicated to the posting of scammers by persons ripped off.
I will only tell you what finally worked for me.
About 2 years ago, I paid postage on a sample and the following month I began receiving product, and debit card charges against my account for an amount close to $100 per month.
For over a year I called and emailes and snail mailed these people to try and stop them from sending the product and refund my money. I had never opened one of the shipments.
Finally, out of desparation, I wrote my state attorney's office, explaining what was happening. He was kind enough to return my letter, and said that he would send them a letter from his office, stating that if I did not receive immediated reimbursement, he was going to recommend that I retain an attorney and file charges against them for a number of offenses.
In less than a week, I received credits to my account, one at a time, sometimes 2 or 3 a day. I couldn'y believe it.
My latest? In December of last year I ordered a cell phone from Cellular Blowout.com, paid $148 on the debit card, and have never received a thing. I have threatened and cajoled to no avail. They simply will not communicate. Phones result in being placed on hold until I hang up.
Write your state attorney, it may help.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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Posted on Apr 26, 2014
Go to MyGov and set up your centrelink account there. It is the latest idea from our government. (use your customer number and add a password) Write down your password and put it where you can get it easily if you forget. (Under a magnet on the fridge, or on a filing cabinet).
Go to Humanresources and click on Centrelink. Log in and check your payments for 2014 - 2015. They should be there. Also, you should be receiving Centrelink online letters to let you know of any changes. You can also check by logging into your bank account. Set up a username and password with your bank online.
Posted on Oct 16, 2014
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