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AIM Callout / Fradulent AIM Callout Charge

1 22000 AOL WayDulles, VA, United States Review updated:
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Received fraudelent charge on my credit card of $10 for AIM Callout Service. I called AOL and they admitted it was fraudulent charge but won't refund until I fill out there "affidavite." They didn't need anything in writing to charge me. I called my credit card company, now my account is on hold until I get new cards with new numbers. I am writing a letter to AOL President Ron Grant at 22000 AOL Way Dulles Va. 20166. I suggest everyone send him a letter. They know it happens they need to do more, before the fact.

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  • Ch
      31st of Mar, 2008
    0 Votes

    Hello Henry,

    You need to remember that your credit card was most likely compromised long before it was used on Aim Call Out. As well please keep in mind that todays fraudsters have most if not all of your credit card information including your name, address and CVV(Security Code). So in situations like that it is hard to identify a fraudulant account from a real account until somebody like you calls in to report the bad charge. As well it doesn't hurt to have your credit card company place strict rules on your card to inform you when you have any abnormal spending patterns appear. Before you start spamming companies with letters you might want to take some time to understand what fraudulant users are capable of these days. Here is a link to a video that shows some of what they can do.

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