- Report: #572229
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Complaint Review: Mobile Messenger Alerts
Mobile Messenger AlertsInternet United States of America
Mobile Messenger Alerts My bill was actually 41933 MM Alerts Internet
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Upon checking our cell phone bill looking for a telephone number that was misplaced, I noticed 3 Premium Services being billed to our account at $9.99 each. Upon doing some research, I found that we are not the only ones that are being billed for services we did not request or sign up for. One was for Solow Auction, another was 41933 MM Alerts (Mobile Messenger) and the other was for CelebritySquaresalt. I checked back and found we have been charged for these 'services' for the last few months. Of course, each had a telephone number to call to discontinue services. Of course, that telephone number was an automated recording asking you to put in your telephone number then you were reassured that you would no longer be billed for their services. We'll see America. We'll see.
These people only go to show how ugly the world can be. We have natural disasters, famine, human hatred and yet there are those that still have no qualms about stealing. Unbelievable.
Be wary world. Be wary. They come in all shapes and forms.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/20/2010 06:54 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Mobile-Messenger-Alerts/internet/Mobile-Messenger-Alerts-My-bill-was-actually-41933-MM-Alerts-Internet-572229. 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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