Report: #36544

Complaint Review: MWI Connections - Connecticut

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  • Reported By: New London MN
  • MWI Connections 234 Bard Street NW, Hartford CT Connecticut United States of America

MWI Connections Dumbf***s took 139.95 off my account, AND I'M A STUDENT!!!!! Hartford Connecticut

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My debit card was charged $139.95 by a MWI Connections on November 25th 2002. I called the number that was on my account (I have online banking) it was 1-800-568-2386. The guy said that i was charged for a one year pass for entertainment expenses and had said that i had ordered a CD Player as well. I said I had never used my debit card for anything and I told him to put the mmoney back into my account. He gave me his name and a ID number. I told him I didn't want to know him name i wanted him to put the f***ing money back into my account. So he said that it'd be in there in a few days. I also got charged an extra $25.00 by my bank as an overdraft charge.

Nathan New London, Minnesota

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