- Report: #1097880
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Complaint Review: Central States Indemnity - Wells Fargo
Central States Indemnity - Wells FargoOmaha, Nebraska USA
Central States Indemnity - Wells Fargo Taking out money on my credit for payment for payment insurance I did not want. Never asked for since 1999. Should have checked my statement more than just paying my bill online Omaha Nebraska
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I had a Wells Fargo Credit card. I cancelled it recently and was looking at my online statement for the first time in forever. I notice a charge for more that $50 for payment insurance.
I have never asked for this service and even remember calling to make sure that I did not want this service back in 1999 when I got the card. I am your typical online banking customer. Paying my bills online, but transferring money from my check to my credit card per Wells Frago.
I called Central States Indemnity to cancel this service I never asked for or oked. I also asked how long I had been having money removed from my card. I was told since 1999, and that has made me a little angry.
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