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Report: #474992

Complaint Review: Privacy Matters 123 And 'id' - Dover New Jersey

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  • Privacy Matters 123 And 'id' www.privacymatters123.com Dover, New Jersey U.S.A.

Privacy Matters 123 And Privacy Matters 'ID' billing dispute, charged in error, company won't respond so far Dover New Jersey

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charged once each from privacy matters 123 and privacy matters ID, both 19.95 on june 25th. Called up the company, thought I would have no problems getting a refund but no luck so far. Cancelled both memberships the same day, got an email confirmation for both. Don't know how i authorized this transaction but probably clicked on something i shouldn't have. Disputing charges with credit card company. They charged me again at the end of july, but i see they credited me for that... still out the 2 charges of 19.95 each. Sounds like a completely illegitimate company.

Rich
dover, New Jersey
U.S.A.

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