- Report: #268325
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Complaint Review: EDP Reporting
EDP Reportingwww.edpreporting.com Laurel Canyon, California U.S.A.
EDP Reporting scammed, piad for a visa card and never even received it. Ripoff Laurel Canyon California
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I typed in edp reporting into my browser on Friday June 13th (how ironic is that?). What came up, was other stories like mine, and I immediately went to the bank to file fraud forms. I tried several times to get a refund from edp and they keep claiming that there is only one way to have charges, and that's to go to the site and authorize it, which they claim I did, and they have the info and the timestamp...I even called my bank(8/17) to ask them how the investigation was coming, they told me that EDP has proof of the transaction...so I lose. I called EDP and the voice message said "WE ARE NOT ACCEPTING E-MAILS OR CALLS. PLEASE WRITE TO US. The rattle off a snail mail address so fast , you have to call back and wait and wait just to hear the message again, followed by "you're call is important to us, we are eager to serve you" while they say they can't get to the call, "please e-mail us"....I'm also switching banks now...but that's another report
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This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/17/2007 03:39 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/EDP-Reporting/Laurel-Canyon-California/EDP-Reporting-scammed-piad-for-a-visa-card-and-never-even-received-it-Ripoff-Laurel-Cany-268325. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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