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

Some how it shows up on my acct. 3 other times, but I only ordered 1 and they say more are being shipped mid January, how do I stop them and get credit on my acct.

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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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