Good day ~
Though not. Happy Fourth anyway...I read all the particulars specifically where it said FREE - just pay $3.95 of which I thought I may have on my pre-paid VISA (Walmart) Debit card. The order went through. A few days later a CD package arrived. I did not open it. On July 1, '08 upon receiving my SSI disability payment I went to my local Walmart where I cashed my check, and then I reloaded two hundred dollars ($200.00) in which to pay my online accounts, my car insurance , and a few dollars left over for the rest of the month. Cashing my check at Walmart waives the reload fee on the debit card.
After making said payments I checked my balance online which stated
$53.35. On July 3, '08 I went to my pharmacy to pick up a monthly prescription handing the card to pharmacist assistant for payment. She returned to me telling me the card only had 13.95 on it, therefore I owed her the balance. I was surprised for as I said the balance relflected differently.
This morning I went to greendotonline.com to check balance, and transaction where it came up I was charged $39.95 of which I would not have agreed to. I am writing a letter to Walmart as per their request to dispute this transaction, and I will be more than happy to return the unopened CD rom rip-off to the company listed. I am disabled, and now additional emotionally distressed over this incident. I don't have this money, and they had no business charging my card DAYS AFTER ORIGINAL SALE POINT FOR THIS AMOUNT.
This transaction was requested for I thought I had three dollars, and ninety five cents available. When it went through I was surprised, and thought oh gee..I had change. Never did I agree to, nor approve this amount to be debited to my card. I am so upset I am in tears. I would be more than cooperative to speak with an attorney , and file a suit against this company for misrepresentation, FRAUD, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and the time , and transportation required to have my information printed out at my local library. Your help will be most appreciated. Thank you.
Pittston, Pa., Pennsylvania