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Report: #1054113

Complaint Review: myheritagefamilylink - Internet

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  • Reported By: Graham — Cape Town
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  • myheritagefamilylink Internet USA

myheritagefamilylink Credit card fraud Internet

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I signed up with Ancestory.co.uk for a 3 day free trial.  After approximately 2 hours I was unable to access the information that I had input so I registered for a one month subscription (GBP 11.26) using my credit card.  This was on 7 April 2013.

On 10 April 2013 I was notified of a debit for US$71.40 submitted by "Myh*Familylink.Com".  I immediately notified my card company that this transaction was fraudulent.  My card was cancelled and a new one issued.

Approximately one monthe later the fraudulent debit was credited to my new card.  On 12 May 2013 "Myh*Familylink.com" attempted to debit my new card.  Fortunately the credit card immediately rejected the debit.

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