- Report: #883299
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Complaint Review: Shopper's Advantage membership
Shopper's Advantage membership6 High Ridge Park Stamford, Connecticut United States of America
Shopper's Advantage membership TLG Netmarket, Trilegiant, Cendant Marketing Group, TLG/Affinion, Affinion Group Trilegiant used some unlawful means of acquiring my bank account # in order to make a fraudulent charge. Stamford , Connecticut
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After a few years of believing my TLG (Shopper's Advantage) woes were over with, this last Friday evening my account was hit with a whopping lump sum charge of $129.99 which caused my account to become negative! Perfectly timed so that I could not take action until the next business day. I have filed a dispute with my bank in accordance with Federal Regulation E, but it will take them two weeks to three months to resolve. How convenient for the bank, they are able to charge me a $32.50 overdraft fee on a daily basis until my next paycheck comes through. I've become paranoid, I'm actually starting to believe that my bank is incahoots with this thieving company, and that my bank actually gave them the use of my account #. What a mess.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/15/2012 06:50 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Shoppers-Advantage-membership/Stamford-Connecticut-06905/Shoppers-Advantage-membership-TLG-Netmarket-Trilegiant-Cendant-Marketing-Group-TLGAff-883299. 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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