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Report: #1365964

Complaint Review: USA Credit - Internet

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  • Reported By: Connie — Greensboro North Carolina USA
  • USA Credit Internet USA
  • Phone: 800-685-9354
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  • Category: Banks

USA Credit Charged my checking account $9.95 each month since October, 2015, Internet

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I was checking my bank statement and noticed a payment for $9.95 to USA Credit.  I didn't recognize the merchant as I have not conducted business with the company.  I looked back at past bank statements and discovered that USA Credit had deducted $9.95 from my checking account since October of 2015.  I regret not checking my account closer.

As I could not reach them by phone, I had my credit union put a stop payment of any funds from my account going to this company.  It cost me $30.  This is outrageous, as I have lost $179.10 to USA Credit.

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