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  • To
      26th of May, 2009
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    I have the same problem with Bribri marketing, I tried call them on there phone number (866) 798-1337 but nobody answers, and when I try to leave a message they a saying that the number doesnt exist, anyone who knows about these people??

  • Ra
      7th of Jun, 2009
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    i just got a statement that bribri charged my card 39.95 plus service charge of 20.00 who are these people

  • Rh
      7th of Jun, 2009
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    same here but i have got two on mine so i have had my card blocked and got a frourd ppl and police involved

  • Us
      12th of Jun, 2009
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    I just found out this morning they have charged my credit card twice! Once in May and the 2nd time just a few days ago. I have no idea how they could have even gotten my number, since I do NOTHING online with my credit card :/... I wish there was a way to find out who these people are and how they are getting account information. The dispute department at my credit card company tried the 800 # and got a recording that the mailbox was full???

  • Rh
      11th of Jul, 2009
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    i believe thr phone number is a fake as i to have tried to contact them more times than i care to count. i don't know who they are and they have taken $39.95 out of my account twice within 2 days apart fpr a total of $79.90. I have already changed my account twice and don'y know what else i can do to prevent further theft.

  • Pd
      18th of Aug, 2009
    0 Votes

    I unfortunately had to receive a overdraft notice to find that I had been
    charged a total of 7 times. I filed a complaint and can only hope my
    bank will work with me. It's not just a nagging reminder anymore
    for me. BE CAREFUL ON THE INTERNET. CHECK YOUR
    BANK BALANCE CLOSELY AND OFTEN.

  • Id
      21st of Aug, 2009
    0 Votes

    I just found you have been charging my credit card for the past 3months. I have called you many times no response. STOP NOW. You 're just bunch of criminals

  • De
      24th of Aug, 2009
    0 Votes

    I also had a 39.95 charge from BriBri! i have no idea who these guys are as well! that charge absolutely destroyed my week! please someone tell me what i can do! ih8tchelly@yahoo.com

  • Bi
      25th of Aug, 2009
    0 Votes

    I ALSO HAVE HAD BANK CHARGES FROM THESE PEOPLE. HOW DO WE GET THESE CHARGES STOPPED AS WE HAVE NO IDEA WHO THEY ARE.

  • Sh
      30th of Sep, 2009
    0 Votes

    My husband's card was charged 39.95 from bribri marketing llc earlier this week. He called 866-798-1338 and sat on hold for a half hour, but did eventually get through. They also had his email address and said they would cancel his account (without ever telling him what the account was for), then hung up. We've filed a police report, but I'm wondering if anyone has also gotten charges from achlogs.com or cert5net.com? He was charged 39.95 from one and 39.62 from another within two days of the 'bribri' charge, although the other two companies said they would close the account and also refund the money.

    For anyone else with charges from bribri marketing, try calling that number--at least it will let them know you've noticed the charges & are watching the account so they won't charge any more. Also, I'd suggest cancelling your card, getting your bank to issue a new one, and filing a police report. If you've filed one, your bank may be more willing to work with you.

    I did some searching online & also found that these bribri marketing charges might have to do with the Heartland data breach almost a year ago. My card was replaced after that & I haven't had any problems, but my husband's never was.

  • Ma
      10th of Dec, 2009
    +1 Votes

    I got one of these $39.95 charges... Turns out it's for an adult website. (time to have a talk with my SON!)

    If you call the bank, they should give you a phone number. The one I got was 1-866-798-1337.
    The gentleman I talked to gave me the name on the account (my son's) and the e-mail address (also my son's), and said they would reverse the charges.

    Hopefully this will resolve things. It seems they're a 3rd party billing company for websites. If you get a charge from them, chances are pretty good somebody is using your card to view adult websites.

    Hope this info helps someone!

    -Mary

  • 98
      15th of Dec, 2009
    0 Votes

    made an error as i was a little lonly cancellrd immediatley and still got charged

  • Ba
      17th of Jan, 2010
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    Can everyone on here verify that thre was somoene that coul've used the credit cards for porn sites? I want to make sure that ths is what the "bribri mrketing" thing is before my credit card "user" is confronted on this... So please, if anyone has gotten confessions on the porn site users, please and thankyou let me know as soon as you can... I have well over a hundred dollars used on my credit card, and it DOES make sense about the whole porn site thing... So please let me know guys...
    Thanks alot!
    It's MUCH MUCH MUCHLY APPRECIATED!!!

    Babygirl

  • Sa
      5th of Mar, 2010
    0 Votes

    It's used for Porn sites, but it is also used for jobs. I tried to apply for this blogger job, evaluating porn sites and used my card# for signing up, which I thought would just be for the free trial period. Upon noticing that it was a scam I tried to cancel my account, but the page website offers no way to do that. No phone numbers, no e-mail accounts, nothing. There was no on with whom I could cancel my account. They are tied to this website web-freecheck.com that bills you for this cost. Today I just called their number and entered my information and canceled my account, and hopefully that will solve things. This is such an awful scam. Never give your info out online unless the website is well known.

    Sanguine

  • Sh
      19th of Mar, 2010
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    It is used for porn sites, but they seem to be better known for scams. If you've had the card for a while you might want to check if it was provided by a company using Heartland security (or any other company that has had similar problems). I did some searching and just that security breach seems to be responsible for a several year long scam ran through bribri. I'm not saying they're responsible for it themselves, but they certainly aren't picky about who they do business with...

    When I filed a police report and my bank looked into the charges they also told me they were fraudulent. I also know my charges were a scam because (and I'm not saying this to get any online 'offers'--so please don't) my husband and I are swingers, he certainly wouldn't need to lie to me about some online porn site :) . So, your credit card user might not be to blame.

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