- Report: #361939
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Complaint Review: Newport-News.com , Clothing
Newport-News.com , Clothing5100 City Line Road Hampton, Virginia U.S.A.
Newport-News.com ,Clothing Charged my card without permission or notification Hampton Virginia
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This morning I received an email notifying me that my card was charged $10.63. When I placed this order, I knew I had $3 available for a charge before I paid my credit card bill. This simple $10 purchase caused me to go over the limit on my card and I have now been charged $30 from the credit card company. Who should pay that? I never authorized NN to take $10 from me. That like offering someone $5 and they take $20. You can't do that!!!
NN says that the code I entered was expired and the disclaimer says they can refuse to accept a code. The disclaimer does not say they can charge an amount different from what you authorize them to charge. The order should have been canceled. I didn't have $10 available for NN news to steal and if I was informed, I could have canceled my order or used another form of payment. This $2.87 order has cost me $40.63. If they can get away with this, I can at least warn the public. Rest assured...there will be more reports filed on other sites.
Elmont, New York
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/12/2008 06:45 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Newport-Newscom-Clothing/Hampton-Virginia-23630/Newport-Newscom-Clothing-Charged-my-card-without-permission-or-notification-Hampton-Virg-361939. 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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