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Complaint Review: HughesNet - Chicago Illinois

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  • Reported By: iDontThinkSo — LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA United States
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  • HughesNet PO Box 96874 Chicago, Illinois United States

HughesNet Hughes Credit Department Hughes Network Systems Scammers - Charged our card and sent a bill for an account that doesn't exist Chicago Illinois

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Beware these scam artists. I first became acquainted with HughesNet when they attempted several $700  fraudulent charges to our company debit card, which were reversed by the bank. Then, they sent a fake invoice and collections attempt to our business, stating that they haven't received payment for services that we have never had. The website is according to their fake invoice.

The phone numbers on the invoice are 866-874-2369 and 866-347-3292. When I called, and explained what happened, the guy hung up on me. I hope their scammy faces melt into their headsets. I can't stand con artists and they are despicable. I genuinely hope they read this and see that I hope they all die a miserable death.

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