Report: #1046979

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  • Submitted: Mon, April 29, 2013
  • Updated: Wed, May 01, 2013
  • Reported By: BeckyAH — Pulaski Virginia

    United States of America Unauthroized Charges. Internet

*Consumer Suggestion: Get your money back

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Unauthorized debit from my bank account. Filing a dispute with my bank, without much hope of getting my money back.  That was my family's grocery money for the month.
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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Get your money back

AUTHOR: Joe - ()

CCBill does billing for "adult" websites among other things.

Disputing it with your bank is definitely the best route to take.  As long as you didn't authorize the charges, your bank should have no problem reversing the charges by doing what is called a chargeback.

Since CCBill can't bill you without having your card number or routing/accts numbers, *someone* obviously had obtained your personal financial information and used it to buy porn on the internet. So, make sure your bank also cancels your card and gives you a new one with a new number, or if it was done with your routing/acct numbers, make sure the bank closes your account and reopens with a new account number.

Banks deal with these types of situations all the time, and are *usually* pretty good about getting them fixed quickly.

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