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NW-AG / Did not order this , deducted $9.95 from my account.Want it back and this to stop

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Phone: 870-308-0126

I do not know anything about these people, they just appeared on bank statement as NW-AG
Thank you Linda Harris, harris8127@sbcglobal.net

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Ry
  25th of Sep, 2008
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You can contact network agenda customer service at 800-418-9320 Mon - Fri 8:00am to 5:00pm (MST) or you can go to http://www.nw-ag.com/cs/index.php

Br
  30th of Oct, 2008
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We need to stop these people

Br
  30th of Oct, 2008
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Like everyone else who has encountered problems with NW-AG (Network Agenda), I too am a victim.
I am starting a class action lawsuit against them. We are seeking restitutions (including any overdraft fees and or penalties from your financial institution (bank or credit card). If you want to recover your monies with interest as well as a financial settlement for punitive damages, please email me with your name, a
description of your experience with NW-AG., and any other info which may assist in expediting this lawsuit.
The more victims that step forward to join this class action lawsuit, the stronger our case will be! Please do not let this fraudulent co. take advantage of our hard earned money any longer! I promise I will correspond to each and everyone who emails me regaurding this topic. I will provide you with the attorneys info so you may contact this legal firm your self. I can only help you if you assist me with your name and what occurred. I greatly appreciate your time and attention and look forward to hearing from each and everyone of you who has been victimized by this fraudulent co. Now let's shut them down for good, as well as legally prosecute them and last but not least...recover our monies w/ interest and be awarded a reasonable sum of $ for punitive damages through civil class action suit! Respectfully Yours,
Bryan L. Primo

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