- Report: #175988
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Complaint Review: The Village Jewelers.com
The Village Jewelers.com1915 Pocahontas Trail. E-2 Williamsburg, Virginia U.S.A.
The Village Jewelers.com Ripoff Made a purchase from Adminder.com using my bank debit card number. Williamsburg Virginia
I made several attempts in reaching Adminder.com by phone and email. I finally received a message from the support team of Adminder.com through email. Below are my original email and the response I got back from Adminer.com:
Email from me to Adminder.com (email@example.com):
Some from Adminder charged 89.00 dollars from my bank account. I don't have an account with you. Somone did mention to get a hold of my bank information and I am wondering they use my bank acoount information. Is there a number I can reach anyone?
Actually, we already pin-pointed that order as possible fraud and have put the order on hold. We will VOID that order - meaning it will never appear on your credit card.
You will want to contact your credit card company and make them aware of this and immediately cancel that cad number and have them issue you a new card.
I can tell you that the website being used was thevillagejewelers.com if you want to try to pursue this in other ways.
AdMinder Support Team
As mention by the Support team of Adminder.com, the website or someone from http://thevillagejewelers.com tried to make a purchase from Adminder.com using my bank debit card number.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/12/2006 09:44 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/The-Village-Jewelerscom/Williamsburg-Virginia-23185/The-Village-Jewelerscom-Ripoff-Made-a-purchase-from-Admindercom-using-my-bank-debit-car-175988. 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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