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Shopperdisc.co.uk, Bristol, England, Avon Complaints & Reviews - taking money out my account i havent signed upto this

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Shopperdisc.co.uk

Posted: 2012-02-06 by    jackie fear

taking money out my account i havent signed upto this

Complaint Rating:  95 % with 42 votes
Contact information:
shopperdisc.co.uk
Bristol, Avon, England
United Kingdom
Phone: 07878106721
over the past 3 months i have noticed that the company stated above has been taking £10.00 a month out of my account and i dont know why . or even how they got my back details
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 9th of Feb, 2012 by   LauraJade 0 Votes
Shopper disc.co.uk have been taking money out of my account for 6 months I don't know how to stop this or even how they got my back details.. I want and need that money back as I don't earn a lot. Laura
 9th of Feb, 2012 by   fredthepen 0 Votes
I suggest:
1. Contact your bank or credit card issuer to cancel this instruction.
2. You contact Shopperdisc.co.uk and say you want to cancel, and ask how they have registered you. The answer will almost certainly be an online purchase from someone like Interflora, or Amrose Wilson, who have offered a discount off your next purchase if you sign up.
3. Contact the company from which you made your purcahse and complain to them, and tell them that you are no longer going to buy from them.
4 You consider whether to make a claim via the Small Claims Court for refund of the amount, though as this will cost £20 you may not consider it worthwhile.
 16th of Feb, 2012 by   kenneth.jackson 0 Votes
shopperdisc.co.uk no way did i agree for them to take ten pound a month from my account i just don, t shop online to warrent that they or whoever have done off there own back four months before i noticed this.
 25th of Jun, 2012 by   two boys 2 0 Votes
how do i get my money back, i cannot afford to give money away, i never gave permission for anybody to take money out of the bank when i dont no what it is for. i want my money back all of it now, , , , i so angree
 31st of Jul, 2012 by   Cherril brown 0 Votes
They are taking £10 per month out of my account I want it stopped how do I go about it bank can't help
 5th of Jun, 2013 by   KarenBailey 1963 0 Votes
This has just happened to me
 5th of Jun, 2013 by   KarenBailey 1963 0 Votes
Apparently this is connected to a catalog, they say you will get cash back but you are authorizing money going out of your bank.
 10th of Sep, 2013 by   Nomsky15 0 Votes
I have just noticed £10 gone out of my account for September and after looking at complaints on other sites went back on my bank account and yes they have taken £10 in August.Cheeky B...s I can't wait for 8am tomorrow morning they will get a mouthful from me.I am fuming to say the least !!!
 27th of Sep, 2013 by   S.raza@hotmail.co.uk 0 Votes
I have just noticed two days ago that ten coming out from my credict card since last august.they have takenout 130 pounds.i canceld policey.how can iget my money back

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