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At Home Rewards / Fraudulent credit card charges

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I started seeing a deduction on my credit card statement and thought it was from a purchase made on e-bay. This month (May, 2007) I again noticed the deduction of $14.95 and started to look into it. Being a Sunday, the company was not open, I turned to the internet and found that a similar experience had happened to "Kevin". I then went back to my previous bills and the charge has been every month since January! I neither know what this is or what it is for, but at any rate, did not order anything from this company. I plan on notifying my Visa bank on Monday for fraudulent charges against ATHOMEREWASRDS. Has anyone else experienced this with this company?

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  • Su
      22nd of Nov, 2007
    0 Votes

    Yes!!! I am experiencing the same thing!! Does anyone have a point of contact for this company??

  • Sc
      26th of Mar, 2008
    0 Votes

    I have recently found a charge from them on my CC, unwanted and not asked for. I called my bank and they can do nothing but tell me it's a monthly charge (starting March 2008). I have a new number for them and will call today (Wednesday). Multiple e-mails to them from their site as well as the mother company (Adaptive Marketing) has resulted in nothing. I am sure they got my CC number from any of multiple sites they also own, like Credit Diagnosis and Privacy Matters 123. It's easy to find on the credit card because they start all charges with AP9 xxx. The number listed on the CC for them is 800-511-0046.

    I also have been charged $14.95 three years after all those e-mails above me. They're still doing it, and they need to be stopped. You can do a Whois search and get the mother-company phone number.

    Except for calling my bank every month to have the charge removed, I don't know what else to do. They have a "cancel" thing on their site, but with no member ID, I have no idea how to click it.

    --Scott

  • Li
      15th of Jun, 2008
    0 Votes

    Ya I had a fradulent charge to my account too and had no idea what it was... ATHOMEREWARDS it said on the bill but the telephone no. was next to it so I called and cancelled it right away at least i hope it got cancelled! but I am still out 14.95 for absolutely nothing but a bad day. the number is 1-800-634-4317 so call and cancel if you haven't already and I think this company needs to be reported this is not right!!! I am very upset. do i just notify my bank and tell what happened and what they think i should do? please let me know if you have any advice thank you!

    ~LISA

  • Ja
      10th of Jul, 2008
    0 Votes

    They charged my account too w/o authorization.

  • Fr
      27th of Jul, 2008
    0 Votes

    Not only have they been charging me every month, but they have been charging me TWICE every month! What to do, since mine is a prepaid card who will only credit if the merchant agrees...Yeah, rright!!!

  • We
      9th of Sep, 2008
    0 Votes

    I have been charged two months now, July & Aug, 2008. I do not know who this company is and have not authorized anything. I have also notificed by bank and if they can't stop this transcation from going through to my credit card. I will cancel my card altogether.

  • Ji
      23rd of Sep, 2008
    0 Votes

    I just found out today that they charged my Wells Fargo checking debit card $19.95 3 times that I didn't authorize.

    Wells Fargo will do a fraud investigation. I am sure I will get the $60 refunded.

  • Da
      30th of Sep, 2008
    0 Votes

    just got hit with the $14.95 monthly unauthorized charge to my debit card yesterday by (athomerewards) and have contacted my bank's CSR who has noted or flagged this withdrawal as unauthorized. I was given an 877 number in Connecticut to call and contacted them (at-home-rewards). The phone rep said that they would reverse the charges but I am disturbed about the initial and possible repeated use of this scam. As I understand from the customer rep in my bank, Peoplefinders was the source of my credit/debit card data which they used. I had subscribed for a couple of months membership to Peoplefinders earlier this year or late last year to search for lost unclaimed property etc. These companies (Peoplefinders) should be strictly warned or blocked from giving access to their customer's credit card numbers to other companies without the cardholder expressly signing up for services or membership with that other company!

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