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Epoch.com / illegal us eof credit card

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there was a charge put on y credit card ending in 6855 that i did not authorize so iw ant the refund back today i nevewr used tyour service or your site thank you

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  4th of Dec, 2008
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Epoch.com is a third party website that allows for 'discreet' billing on your bank and credit card statements. Often, the company you originally did business with is an adult website. If you've ever signed up for a free-trial of any sorts (even for products) it's very likely that it's coming from them. You have to fill out a form on the epoch.com website for the payment to be accepted, so it's often a legitimate charge that people either forget about, or don't realize. You can dispute the charge with your bank if it's on your credit card, but canceling the number won't necessarily stop them. They're very proud of their billing practices, and 95% of the time their charges are legitimate. It may not even necessarily have been you: think of who has access to your cards (spouse, children, friends, family) and try to get to the bottom of it. To make it stop, you have to cancel with the original company you did business with.

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  4th of Dec, 2008
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also this isn't the company that charged you. You wrote a complaint on a message board on a complaint website, intended to educate consumers about giving their credit card information over the internet/phone. If you want the company to stop charging you, you will have to tell them.

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