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Online/biz-marketing / withdrew 39.85 from account unauthorized

1 Peoria, AZ, United States Review updated:

I have had numerous c harges on my credit card from this comapny 39.85 and 129.85. My credit card company had to place a fraud alert on my account and cancel my credit card. I did not authorize these charges.

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  • De
      16th of Sep, 2008
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    I have also had numerous charges on my credit card from this company 39.85 and 129.85. and another 39.85 My credit card company had to place a fraud alert on my account and cancel my credit card. I did not authorize these charges. I don't think i will ever see my money back because they claim that I accepted their terms when I clicked on the confirmation email that they sent me.
    I have contacted the AZ State Attorney Generals office and have reported them to everybody and anybody that will listen and I hope that they get caught for what they are putting people through
    They are also very RUDE and even "uppity" when you call to ask them for a refund of your "hard earned" money!! I don't know how they sleep at night.
    Anyway after doing some investigating today, I found that the address that they list ( and also give you if you ask for it) is also bogus. The address is 15029 N. Thompson Peak Pkwy, Ste B-111-620 Scottdale, AZ 85260. We called another businesses in that same building and they said that they do not exist but they do have a box there.
    I urge all of you to also file complaints with any and all agencies. And if you can think of a way to help get them please email me. I would also like to hear from anybody who atually got their money refunded to them, either by that company or by their credit card company or bank.

  • Sa
      26th of Sep, 2008
    0 Votes
    Online Biz/Marketing - Charges to credit card
    United States

    If you signed up to receive the Google work from home packet, this is the company that collects the $1.95 service fee for it. You have to retrieve your confirmation packet and cancel your subscription or you will continue to be charged $39.85 a month.

  • Ma
      18th of Oct, 2008
    0 Votes

    I also have a charge on my credit card for 39.85 with a description of "ONLINE BIZ/MARKETING"
    This is an unauthorized charge and when i called the only number i could track down for them or i think was theres. they resonded with i need to call after 6am to even find out what it is i am being charged for.

  • Si
      30th of Oct, 2008
    0 Votes

    My experience also. I responded to an unsolicited e-mail (shame on me) accepting an offer of free Google Ads software if I agreed to pay a shipping charge of $1.95. I agreed and submitted my credit card number (shame on me again). The software never arrived. When my credit card statement arrived there was a charge for $1.99 and another charge for $39.85.

    I called "Online Biz Marketing" and was put on hold, no one ever picked up. I called my credit card company, the customer service rep. for the credit card attempted to call "Online Biz Marketing" and got a recording advising the number was no longer in service. She informed me that she would put a block on further charges from "Online Biz Marketing" but that I would have to pay the $39.85 charge since in the credit card companies eyes I have given the merchant approval by submitting my card number.

    The following month there was another charge for $129.85. This time the merchant's name was listed as NBCGP. I called them and, indeed, they were also "Online Biz Marketing." I told them I would refuse to pay their charge and requested they refund the $129.85 to my credit card account. They refunded the complete amount.

    This was a serious wake-up call for me with respect to how I order items over the internet and I won't be fooled again. It is a shame that "Online Biz Marketing" has put so much effort into obfuscating the truth of how they do business rather than putting effort into marketing a desirable product. They may not be breaking the law but they are certainly walking a very fine line and clearly they are attempting to prey on people who make the mistaken assumption that "Online Biz Marketing" is an honorable company.

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