Report: #100395

Complaint Review: MWI Essentials Plus Or DealPass - Connecticut

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  • Reported By: Randolph New Jersey
  • MWI Essentials Plus Or DealPass dealpass.com Connecticut U.S.A.

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received credit card bill with an unidentified charge.

called number on bill and it was for mwi essentials plus also referred to as deal pass.

they have a website called deal pass and is for miscellaneous clothes, furniture, etc.

i never signed up for anything like this.

my credit card company is refunding me back the money.

can you block them?

Randolph, New Jersey

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#1 Consumer Comment

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AUTHOR: Fred - (Dominican Republic)

POSTED: Saturday, July 24, 2004
You need to report them to your state Attorney general and the one in Nebraska.


Disputing bill with your bank may not be enough if you have a recurring charge. I have found that once you place a complaint with the state attorney general in Nebraska things move.
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