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Visa - Paycom.net / Taking money from my credit card!

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I want to complain about visa-paycom.net, they have been taking money from my credit card, around $50 to $60 every 1-2 monthly and I don't know what it is for. I haven't used my credit card for a while for any purchases but visa-paycom have taken another $60 this month and for what? How will I stop it? Advise smb!

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  • Ha
      1st of Jun, 2007
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    This has also happened to me, twice, and I have no clue why. I subscribed (trial) to a website two months ago, but have forgotten what site it was. I don't think i unsubscribed though! What should I do!?

  • Ro
      4th of Jul, 2007
    0 Votes

    Have had the same problem. The only way to deal with this is take a new credit card number... These guys are doing illegal business, you could also take legal action as they charge for things you do not use. Good luck!!

  • Bi
      6th of Jul, 2007
    0 Votes

    Hi,

    I know exactly what to do in solution. I am not accusing anything, but the site was probably of an adult material that you subscribed for. Go to BillingSupport.com. They work in conjuction with paycom.net, type in what you need to login, then cancel the subscription. Unfortunately the contract you sign (upon purchase) with them is about a useful as the paper it is written on. When you cancel, legally they are allowed one month of extra charging. As well as canceling send two emails to billingsupport.com & paycom.net outlining that you want to cancel any contract or subscription you made with them. If they carry-on charging after this date contact your bank. Outline what you have done & that you have given them notice. The bank can then take action & ask paycom.net in a more formal manner. After this they should stop charging. If not I am sure your bank will be willing to create you a new account & cancel the previous one.

    I hope I came in help.

  • Gl
      4th of Aug, 2007
    0 Votes

    My son William Morris went t o jail July 21,2006 and i have Power Of Attorney so i have gotten information from Citi Bank on his credit card. I found 3 charges made after he was incarcerated. Dates were 8/02/06,9/02/06 and 10/02/06. Could you tell me just exactly what you do and what these charges are for.there will be a court case, a civil procedure on this and all other charges on his card since he went to jail. I would like to know what these charges are for. Thank You, Gloris Morris (mother)

  • Bo
      21st of Sep, 2007
    0 Votes

    paycom.net is a 3rd party biller for pornography websites. once you sign up for a "trial" at an adult website you authorize continual billing for full monthly rates unless you cancel within the trial period.

    The easiest way to stop this is to contact the bank that issued your card and report the charges as "unauthorized" and demand your money back. Tell your bank you will only accept the charges if they can send you a receipt showing your signature.

    This has the double benefit of getting your funds restored and Paycom.net gets penalized a service charge.

  • Ig
      16th of Jul, 2008
    0 Votes

    Paycom / Epoch are just shady as can be. They are more than happy to allow their thieving clients to keep blind charging and stealing from their members/surfers. I wish that VISA themselves would intervene and penalize Paycom / Epoch and their shady business practices.

    Personally whenever I join a paysite now these days, I only join if its through CCBill. Not that I join adult sites, or anything :)

    I would send a complaint directly to VISA, if you scroll down this page it will give you more information about how and who to complain too: http://www.corporate.visa.com/ut/faq.jsp

    Personally I'm emailing phishing@visa.com as well as writing a formal complaint to my VISA provider so they are aware.

    This company is depending on you not complaining simply because you used your card to join an adult site, don't let those sleezebags at Paycom / Epoch get away with that.

  • Cr
      3rd of Aug, 2008
    0 Votes

    I had unauthorized charges as they seemed to have obtained my credit card number by fraudulent means as my credit card was stolen. I complained to Discover and canceled my card. I still received a charge from Paycom the month I had canceled the card. This was the first time I heard of them. Discover was notified and they seemed to have taken action and I was informed that this charge appeared after the card was canceled.

    The following is the Whois information for Paycom, net

    Administrative Contact, Technical Contact :
    LLC, Epoch
    domreg@epoch.com
    2644 30th Street
    Suite 200
    Santa Monica, CA 90405
    US
    Phone: (310) 664-5700
    Fax: (310) 827-5519

    Domain Name: PAYCOM.NET

    It also helps to file a complaint with the attorney general of CA about fraudulent charges.

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