Report: #1507669

Complaint Review: covletr.com -

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  • Reported By: Holly — Lancaster United States
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  • covletr.com United States

covletr.com I paid for a cover letter and resume. I paid for the initial ones and then cancelled within the 7 days. They charged my bank account $39.95 twice. When trying to make contact with them, their internet site is of course down.

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I used covleter.com for the purpose of building a cover letter and resume for a job.  I paid for the initial services and then cancelled within the 7 day requirement in order to stop services and stop the withdraw on my bank account.  On two separate ocassions $39.95 was withdrawn from my bank account.  I can understand a one time withdraw, but I cancelled within the 7 day time and just on 05-01-2021 an additional $39.95 was withdrawn from my account.  I know I should have checked to see if this was a legit business, but I didn't.  I just want the withdraw on my account to stop and possibly get the last $39.95 given back to me.

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