Even I too got ripped off by this company.
Today I noticed that there was a pending transaction for $12 with my account from these guys. When I was lodging a complaint with my bank, I got to know that these guys had deducted the same amount in June that had gone unnoticed by me. Moreover this was a recurring transaction that would take place every month. At once I stopped the payment and have lodged the complaint against them. My bank people were helpful in getting me this "Checkcard Reservation Rewards" company's phone number. When I called them up, they told me that they had got a confirmation from "Cheaptickets.com" with MY APPROVAL for them to deduct and they have my online signature (my email address). When I recalled what had happened, the story goes like this:
I was trying to book online air tickets for a vacation. I came across this "CheapTickets.com" website and booked air tickets with my debit card number. Interesting part was - the tickets were automatically cancelled by "CheapTickets.com" and the reason given to me was "The concerned airline are not confirming the tickets I have ordered". After that I almost forgot about this. Now I realised that how the fraud would have taken place. The "CheapTickets.com" has shared my banking credentials and my email address (as digital signature) with these guys giving them a false confirmation of my approval to them. The REAL CULPRIT IS "CHEAPTICKETS.COM". Beware, never buy tickets from them as they will be sharing your banking information (credit / debit) to others (probably their partners) and YOU will be ripped of.
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