Report: #906686

Complaint Review: clkbank.com - Boise Idaho

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  • Reported By: Stephanie — Sioux Falls South Dakota U.S.A.
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  • clkbank.com 917 S. Lusk Street, Suite 200 Boise, Idaho United States of America

clkbank.com click sales inc Fraudulent Charge to Credit Card Boise, Idaho

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Fraudulent Charge of $10.95 made to my account.

In reviewing my bank statement, I saw an unrecognized charge in the amount of $10.95:   Recur Pymnt 06/20/12 15:50 4294 CLKBANK*COM_R3PCLKBANK*CO 800-390-6035 ID 000***.  

I did some research, to ensure I had not bought something online and this was the name that appeared on the charge.  I did not.   I also checked with family members to ensure they had not made any purchases.  They had not.

I proceeded to contact my bank to dispute the charge and have my card closed and new one reissued.   I also emailed clkbank an inquiry, but have yet to receive a response.

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