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just rec'd credit card statement w/ $47 charge attributed to CPIPAY.COM/N-REMEDIES...no idea what that company is about... Clld listed phone ref, also shown in another complaint relevant to CPIPAY.COM--[protected], GB--heard reference to 'e-millionaire' which sounds like a scam up front. Called that 866#, initiated refund of the $47 charge, was asked if I'd heard of e-millionaire, said no, and was then asked if I'd heard of 'Google Income'...
Well, now, that sounds familiar, ...I had checked that link out some time back, had agreed to nothing more than receiving further information about them, and in fact had also been illegitimately charged $47 by them... In fact, on the same credit card statement rec'd today, have a credit from 'GOOGINCOME' of $47...
So apparently, they'll go in and refund based on your complaint under one name, and then turn around and recharge under a different name... Question is, how did they get my credit card info when I hadn't given it to either Google Income or e-millionaire in the first place.

Jo

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  • Ch
      10th of May, 2009
    +1 Votes

    If this is connected to the emillionaire scam then the person behind the scam is Brock Felt.
    Just do a search for Brock Felt emillionaire or Brock Felt scam or emillionaire scam on Google.com and you will see that.

    So contact him direct for a refund:

    Brock Felt.
    Telephone number: (813) 839-7824 (USA)

    Address: 4903 Yacht Club Dr, Tampa, Florida, FL 33616

    Email address: brockfelt@emillionaire.com

    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/people/Brock-Felt/1074755489

    LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/4/66b/a51

    Some more emails to try, I found them at:
    http://successisavision.blogspot.com/2009/04/emillionare-scam-brock-felt-owner.html

    liz@emillionaire.com (Customer Care Specialist) and
    brockfelt@emillionaire.com (Company Owner)
    Phone: (813) 839-7824

    Also report this scam to Florida Attorney General here:
    http://myfloridalegal.com/pages.nsf/Main/60FD9BD8FA71A5B185256CD1005EE5C5

    And the FTC here: https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/FTC_Wizard.aspx?Lang=en

    If enough people do this then legal action will be taken against these scammers!

  • Tr
      10th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    Hi,
    They just got me with the same thing, my bank shut my card down that is attached to my account. My bank also called while I was not home and left a message stating that there was a suspicious charge to my card. Of course I can not talk to a live person 'til Monday. I did not authorize this charge, but like you I do remember something about google, but also like you I did not give my info, so how the heck did they get it?

  • Ja
      15th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    I also have received similiar charges to my credit card.
    There is a whole chain of finance processing companies involved.
    Your bank details and card details, have probably been sold on.
    I highly recommend that your details asap. Thats the only way to stop it.

    However if they are using your Credit Card or Debit card (Visa/Mastercard). You can request a "chargeback" this will give you your money back straight away, and your bank will investigate the charges on your behalf. All you need to do is call your bank or card issuer, and they will sort it all out for you.


    They got my details, because my friend, asked to use my credit card for an internet purchase. Which was some kind of emillionaire google thing?
    I am based in Australia, and have now been charged 3 times by various companise for similiar unknown transactions. Each time, the bank reverses the charges (and the international conversion charges), and sorts it out. The next day, I have the money back on my card.

    I hope this helps

  • Mi
      16th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    I had the same thing happen to me i was also charged $47 for the CPLpay.com ihave no clue what this is i had never signed up for it i just want my momey back but i do not know how to do it

  • Ch
      16th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    Michelle, this is probably connected to the emillionaire "earn money posting links on Google" scam - the person behind the scam is Brock Felt.

    Just do a search for Brock Felt emillionaire or Brock Felt scam or emillionaire scam on Google.com and you will see that.

    So to contact him direct for a refund:

    Brock Felt.
    Telephone number: (813) 839-7824 (USA)
    Address: 4903 Yacht Club Dr, Tampa, Florida, FL 33616
    Email address: brockfelt@emillionaire.com

    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/people/Brock-Felt/1074755489
    LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/4/66b/a51

    Some more emails to try, I found them at:
    http://successisavision.blogspot.com/2009/04/emillionare-scam-brock-felt-owner.html

    liz@emillionaire.com (Customer Care Specialist) and
    brockfelt@emillionaire.com (Company Owner)
    Phone: (813) 839-7824

    Also report this scam to Florida Attorney General here:
    http://myfloridalegal.com/pages.nsf/Main/60FD9BD8FA71A5B185256CD1005EE5C5

    And the FTC here: https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/FTC_Wizard.aspx?Lang=en

    If enough people do this then legal action will be taken against these scammers!

    Get your bank / card issuer to do a chargeback on the unauthorised charges. Tell them you have unauthorised transactions on your account and you want them refunded. They will probably send you a form to fill in.

    Cancel your card now and get a new one with a new number otherwise you will get more of these charges.

    As Jared says above "your bank details and card details, have probably been sold on". You need to cancel your card and get it replaced asap (you might even need a new bank account).

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