- Report: #980698
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Complaint Review: PayPower
PayPowerInternet United States of America
PayPower They wanted me to fax my driver's license instead of taking the info via phone,because they refused my P.O.box address when I registered online, Internet
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She told me that I could use it at retail stores without needing to give an address,but for online purchases,they would need a street address. I had purchased and loaded the card with 100.00 to use it specifically for online purchases. I attempted to give her my street address over the phone,but she refused to take it and again insisted that I fax my driver's license to them. At that time,I instructed her that I wished not to use the card and that I would like my money refunded.
Again she tried to get me to fax my driver's license to them and I insisted on a refund,at which time she asked me for my address to send the 100.00 refund. She was able to take my address for the refund over the phone but could not take it over the phone for registration of the card. She cautioned me that it would take 20 days to receive the refund and that there was a 5.00 charge for the refund transaction. She stated that someone would be calling me to verify the refund request,and i am awaiting the call and the refund.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/11/2012 04:23 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/PayPower/internet/PayPower-They-wanted-me-to-fax-my-drivers-license-instead-of-taking-the-info-via-phoneb-980698. 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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