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My credit card has been charched by your company 4 times
2 times 10. 10 euros on 13 / 12 / 2010
1 time 9. 6 euros on 12 / 11 / 2010
1 time 9. 6 euros on 13 / 10 / 2010
I do not recall you leave collection
And i do not to autorize you those taking over.

A. F.

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  • Te
      8th of Oct, 2008
    0 Votes - Fraud charges deducted from my account
    United States
    Phone: 8885969279

    My debit card has been charged twice for 100. 00, a charge that i did not make. The bank knows i did not make it because it could never be authorized with my 3 digit code on the back of my card.

  • Ju
      9th of Oct, 2008
    0 Votes

    I was charged for 26.05AUD and 3.84AUD today and rang my bank asap and canceled my card getting a new one sent out and disputing the transactions.

    What I saw on my bank statement:

    VALETTA 24/09 MT
    26.050 AUD

    VALETTA 24/09 MT
    3.840 AUD

    If this company is only a 'processing service' you wouldn't see CCBILLEU.COM on the transaction and only the merchant name should appear you paid to that CCBILL is operating with.

    With searches via a search engine its quite clear there are others with this problem and pin pointing that this company is doing this at random times and to random people should be looked into further and its been happening since the start of the year which by now you would think something or even an investigation would have been done on the company...

  • Jo
      25th of Oct, 2008
    0 Votes

    I had a 100.00 charge on my prepaid credit or did you contact this company..i never authorized a charge for that

  • Me
      3rd of Nov, 2008
    0 Votes

    So what do you do about this kind of thing? because I had the same two 100 dollar charges to something and the number they give you doesn't even work! how do you fix it???

  • Ma
      20th of Nov, 2008
    -1 Votes

    We had 2 different charges of $100.00 each about 4 weeks apart. What can you do to fix this? HELP! We've been scammed!

  • Jo
      21st of Nov, 2008
    0 Votes

    What is this ?
    I have just been charged $80.00 for what ! someone has taken our hard earned money out of our account luckily I checked it .I don't always look at the transaction listings what can by done as it is the weekend I can't ring the bank till Monday This is going to piss me off all weekend.

  • Ma
      26th of Nov, 2008
    0 Votes

    please discontinue my suscription ID 0107354401000038738 my username 506954066 and my password 75895. please cancell future charges to my credit card.number 4540 6906 2665 0581 thank you for a nice time i have had with this suscripton.manuel ochoa de la garza

  • Al
      4th of Dec, 2008
    0 Votes

    My checking account/debit card has been charged yesterday, 12/2/03 four times for $100.00 each time, in total $400.00. I did not authorize these charges.
    I am in my way to the bank to change all my accounts and cancel my cards.

    I have "friends" in Bucharest, Romania. Maybe the location will help you finding the criminals.

  • Do
      4th of Mar, 2009
    0 Votes

    I found 15 charges on my account, I then contacted CCBILLRU.COM and all I got from them is the run around Bla Bla Bla.

  • To
      5th of Mar, 2009
    -1 Votes

    This company has charged EUR 27, 97 from my Danish account today and I have never had anything to do with them. I have now cancelled my card but I'm not sure if this is enough. My account has the same name as their 24/7. Very strange and it makes me feel very unsecure.

  • Ha
      12th of Mar, 2009
    0 Votes

    This company has charged $14.95 from my credit card which i did not authourized it to take this amount from my credit card. This is really unsecure for any person. Kindly do the best to stop this

    Harendra Yadav

  • An
      28th of Mar, 2009
    0 Votes

    Just got charged CCBILLEU.COM +18885969279 £8.99
    CCBILLEU.COM +18885969279 £23.52
    Never heard about them. They clearly rob a small amount and many people won't even notice. Shouldn't someone stop them??

  • Ma
      21st of Apr, 2009
    +1 Votes

    I have been scammed by the same people, a total of £179 all in small amounts from the period of Jan-April.
    Someone needs to investigate this bogus company, its literally ripping people off on a daily basis and nothing can stop them.
    I have now cancelled all my cards. I'm hoping that whilst my bank investigates these fraudulent actions they cannot continue to access my money - As in some cases, the scammers can still take payments from the account whilst a dispute is ongoing-

  • Ba
      27th of Apr, 2009
    0 Votes

    Hi, I'm a senior analyst for the debit card loss management group for a large U.S. bank. CCBILLEU.COM & similar merchants are payment processors for other merchants. Typically, the true merchant is an "adult entertainment" website or a video game website, but mostly adult sites. What I've found from investigating numerous complaints from our customer's with this merchant specifically, or with similar merchants, is that if that's the only transaction you see, or it's a monthly transaction occurring on your account, then it's normally a valid transaction. What we've found is that if you don't recognize the transaction, ask the males in the family. Also, a good way to flush out if it's a family member is to ask the bank (if they have this information), for the time the transaction took place. This'll normally narrow down the suspects -- who was up at 3a.m.(Dad?), or alone at 3p.m. (son home from school), or whenever the transaction took place. Normally, these start out as a trial for a dollar or so, then if not canceled (which is almost always a difficult process involving reading the Terms & Agreement section on the site), a large amount is charged to the card. Sometimes multiple amounts, from various sites are charged, which was agreed to & buried in the Terms & Agreement section. Keep in mind, to discourage fraudulent disputes these merchants have the I.P. address of the computer used to setup the account, the email address which a confirmation email was sent to and from which the site address has to be clicked on so they'll know it's a valid email address, sometimes the mailing address for the card, the CVV (3-digit code on the back of the card), sometimes birth dates and other identifying information. Generally, if the transaction is disputed the customer loses because there's so much evidence provided from the merchant about the person. Hope this helps!

  • Ma
      1st of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    I think bankgirl has hit the nail on the head. I was wondering what a recent CCBILLEU.COM bill for $A88.77 was and queried my son, who occasionally "borrows" my Mastercard for software purchase, but he denied knowledge of this transaction. I searched my Money program for CC Bill and then remembered that I subscribed to Naked News about 2 years ago and this was the annual fee. I must either start watching again or cancel the subscription. As there is eleven months to go I may just tune in for a while before pulling the plug. I would venture to say that most of these other complaints can be tracked back to credit card use on an adult site.

  • Wi
      13th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    When you see a charge like this you don't need to cancel your card. All you have to do is contact your credit card company and ask to speak to the charge refusal department. Mine credited my card and blocked all future charges from this vendor after a 5-minute conversation. Your CC company will ask if you've tried contacting the vendor, but I'd advise you to not waste your time. As some people in this thread have stated, the vendor will just give you the run-around and are 100% uncooperative. Just say that you complained, the vendor was uncooperative and your credit card company likely won't argue with that.

  • Bl
      18th of Sep, 2009
    0 Votes

    I have been charged from my bank account which apparently was set up on 26th June 2009. I t has been done direct from my visa debit card so the bank cannot cancel it. This has happened three times on a regular basis. I have tried to cancel it on their website but they ask for a subscription ID...which of course I haven't got as I don't know what its for.

  • Da
      24th of Sep, 2009
    0 Votes

    Just had my credit card bill (Barclaycard Goldfish) and had " + 18885969, Valetta, Malta" on it for £10 which I've just raised as a query with Barclaycard. They are going to send me a dispute form and are cancelling my card and sending me a new one, just in case someone out there has my card details. £10 seems an oddly small amount though. Even so I don't recognise the payment. The two payments on my card either side of that are for fuel for my car and subscription to a web site which I remember purchasing - but not this!!

  • Mr
      2nd of Oct, 2009
    0 Votes

    unauthorised withdrawal from my bank account

  • Sl
      7th of Oct, 2009
    0 Votes

    My experience is that I have used CCBill for certain charges at times in the past. Yes, I paid for porn on occasion.

    However, I just discovered that CCBill continued to charge me after I had canceled my subscriptions to those sites. When I called them to complain, they said their records showed that I was an active member of some site I had never heard of ( Not having any information about this site, I asked if they had a username and password that were supposedly mine. They did, and read them to me over the phone. Sure enough I was able to log onto the site (which looked like it had been built in about 20 minutes by a sixth grader) but the "My Account" link had no information about me: not my name, my email address, my billing address, nothing. They had no info about me because I had never actually subscribed to that site. No one would. It has virtually no content. My theory: it's a complete dummy site set up to warrant phony payments by CCBill.

    It would not be worth it for me to hire an attorney to get back the fraudulent charges, so I accepted their refund of sixty days worth, but they are absolute con artists.

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