Report: #449669

Complaint Review: Intelius - Internet

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  • Reported By: Van Buren Missouri
  • Intelius Intelius.com Internet U.S.A.

Intelius Credit Card Monthly Rip-Off Internet

*Author of original report: Dispute Settled

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I agreed to pay 95 cents for a one-time person search. I provided my credit card information for the charge. When I got next month's statement, there was a 95 cent charge plus a charge for $19.95. Like a fool, I let that slide but when I got the next statement, there was the $19.95 charge again. I have not been able to contact these people by phone, so I don't know how to stop this.

Van Buren, Missouri

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#1 Author of original report

Dispute Settled

AUTHOR: Ivan - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Wednesday, May 27, 2009
After I filed a consumer complaint with the Missouri Attorney General, I received a refund from Intelius for the two months they charged my credit card $19.95 each time. I suggest anyone else who has a problem to file a complaint with their state attorney's office.

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