Easy Health Center / Took money without my premission
Easy health center, under the guise of "us funding solutions l [protected]" (Taken from my checking account statement,) took $59. 95 from my account without my authorization. The only possible link i can think of is a company that calls you posing as a company to help you secure a grant. The say they'll send you free information and a cd to help in your endevours. All it costs is the small shipping fee of the information which they'll want to debit from your checking account or credit card. By the end, not only to they want to take the small $0. 23 for shipping out of your account, but they want to give you a "free" trial period for some other service that will automatically debit like $100 from your account a month later. Oh and i can't forget the other services such as a free credit report portfolio or something. I was suckered into giving my account info out for the $0. 23 for the shipping. Once they started throwing in all of these "free" gifts of trials, i immediately declined to even have them send the "free" information pack. I asked to speak to the supervisor on duty who assured me that they had canceled my unfinished order. After ending the call, i immediately called my banks customer service number to report a possible fraudulant event. And while i was on hold to talk with a representative, i accessed my account online to discover the charge had gone through.
I recieved a new account number, and i thought my troubles were over. Apparentally they not only didn't cancel the "order", but have the gall to continue to charge my account being a different account number, and without me activating the special on - line help account (That was supposedly not going to charge me if i were to read the mail info and decide to not use the service or sign on)
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After calling [protected] (The number listed on my statement) the recording identifies the company as being easy health center.com. And to go to that website to cancel any of their services and programs you may have been enrolled in. Of course, the website does not even exist!