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Complaint Review:, MyCreditReport - Carson City Nevada

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  •, MyCreditReport 1805 N. Carson Street, #419, Carson City, Nevada U.S.A., MyCreditReport ripoff fraudulent billing credit card Carson City Nevada

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Out of the blue, I received a charge for $9.95 from MyPerfectCredit on my credit card. I tried to contact the company, but there is no way I could find to speak to a live person when calling their number. So I disputed the charge with my credit card company, and they reversed it. Then, one month later, another charge for $9.95 appeared. I called my credit card company and they are changing my account number, but in the meantime I wrote an angry e-mail to them, and before my credit card account closed it appears that they managed to charge $9.95 twice more (still need to confirm this... when I update my Microsoft Money accounts, the charges appeared, but until I receive my written statement I won't know for sure).

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Chicago, Illinois

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