- Report: #1052652
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Complaint Review: hotbooksale.com
hotbooksale.com I ordered a book on-line for a total of 19.95 and ever since this company has been deducting the same amount from my account every month. I did not authorize an eternal debt with this purchase and I do not know how they are able to keep debeting my account but somehow they are managing to do it. I am going to the bank today to put a stop to this debit but I do not know how successful this will be. Internet
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I ordered several books on line for a total of $19.95 once. The books I received are not the ones I ordered and since I made this purchase, this company has been deducting the same amount from my debit card each month. I did not authorize, nor was I asked to authorize a recurring debt but somehow this company has been able to continue drawing this money from my card. I am going to the bank today to see if there is a way to stop this theft but I do not know how successful I will be. So far my records indicate that I have been robbed to the tune of $119.00. I know this is not a lot of money to some people but I live on a fixed income and must budget my expenses and even the loss of $19.95 a month can play havrick with my budget.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/21/2013 10:53 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/hotbooksalecom/internet/hotbooksalecom-I-ordered-a-book-on-line-for-a-total-of-1995-and-ever-since-this-company-1052652. 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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