Report: #1400223

Complaint Review: WU Netspend

  • Submitted: Fri, September 15, 2017
  • Updated: Fri, September 15, 2017
  • Reported By: Elena — Bronx New York USA
  • WU Netspend


WU Netspend They continue to keep the funds for security holds after a purchase Nationwide

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 This week western union tried to rip off my money again during a purchase. Some online purchases will take a security hold that should be reversed back on your card after funds for purchase is cleared. Western union is not reversing these funds and they play the blame game. Its not them its the company you made the purchase with, in return the company tells you no its western union net spend that has to return the money. Western union stole $156 from my account that they never reversed back on my card they told me during their investigation that they found no wrong doing and that I was not entitled to the funds. They tried it again this week with $50 and with a whole lot of screaming and cursing they reversed the $50 back on my card. I'm getting rid of this card asap.

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