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Got involved in free phone tracer scam I cancaled the account but keep getting charged how do I stop it?

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  • Charles Williams May 04, 2010

    I tried the freephonetracer found it to be a scam like a fool I gave them credit card #. Cancelled on line. Got email saying it was cancelled. I looked at my bank statement today and found they are charging me every month for service I thought I cancelled 2 months ago.

  • Charles Williams May 04, 2010

    I have tried everytrhing I know to cancel. Can't find a computer sight that will let me.

  • Charles Williams May 04, 2010

    Thank you for your help. I couldn't find that link with my very limited computer skills. Again thank you I have made contact.

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Hi,

Please let us know more details of the account which you had canceled so that we can provide you with the relevant assistance.

Kindly reply with the details. Thanks for using FixYa.

Posted on May 04, 2010

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    AliTech110 May 04, 2010

    Many thanks for the providing the details.



    Since you have already canceled the account but still you were billed for the service, you should seek a refund for excess charges. Kindly contact the Customer service of the websiteby clicking this link



    Also, you must immediately notify your bank or the card issuing company to stop further payments to this company.



    Thanks once again.

  • AliTech110
    AliTech110 May 04, 2010

    Thanks for the reply.



    Have you tried the link posted in the earlier reply. Here are the links:



    http://www.freephonetracer.com/FCPT.aspx...



    http://www.freephonetracer.com/FCPT.aspx...



    Also, you can contact the customer support on: 1-888-881-7773



    Thanks again

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