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Mbcontact.com / Itunes

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My son went onto the site thinking it was legit, used my credit card without my knowledge, I found him doing it, canceled the transaction and to my surprise I got a bill the next day deducting the amount, I have tried with several emails to get them to cancel before it went through, alas to no avail, I though right they've finally took the money, I might as well let my son use the 3 year membership and the products, being itunes, nothing, he or I can't get nothing from this website, these people are parasites, they are destroying whatever there is good about buying online, and something must be done to stop them, surely it is illegal what they are doing, anyway I am 33 pounds out of pocket, but I'm hioping what comes around goes around and may these people rot in hell for what they are doing, thats how strongly I feel about this...thank you for letting me vent a bit

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  • Aj
      4th of Jan, 2009
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    I noticed an email from mbcontact "confirming" a purchase I do not recall making, stating my credit card was billed $46. I smelled a rotten fish! I clicked on a "Click here to continue" web address, which contained a reference to Ipod in the address string, and was brought to a slick looking site, claiming the were a 3rd party billing company. There was no hint of what I supposedly bought. However, before being able to "track" my "purchase", I was instructed to click on "Agree to Terms and Service" in order to continue on. Subtle warnings stated they knew the IP address of my computer, and its geographic location, and they would fully prosecute "Fraud attempts will be prosecuted"Alarms bells going off!! I did not go further by accepting and agreeing to their terms and services. I will be contacting my credit card holder to see if payment can be stopped, or at least deauthorize MBContact.com from accessing my account in the future. Will also block mail from this site. Finally, I will contact the State of Maine's Attorney General, E-fraud Division. Relieved I'm not the only one bittin by this nasty phish, and I appreciate the suggestions, comments, and experiences you all offer. Good luck to all. May these guys spend a bit of time in an old, dank, decaying penitentiary.

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