Costa Mesa, California
United States - 92626
I signed up for a "free credit check" so I could complete a job application. A month later I noticed a charge...
I applied for monthly credit report from CREDITREPORT.COM [protected] CA . For the past months, I have been double billed each month. The latest bills are stated below.
12/11/09 12/13/09 CREDITREPORT.COM [protected] CA $12.95
12/16/09 12/17/09 CREDITREPORT.COM [protected] CA $12.95
I would like to discontinue my application for reports from today December 22 2009 and I am asking for the refund for the extra bills I have paid for all the months for which I was double billed.
I wish too have a refund that I was told I could have for $14.95 I asked too close the account but did not realise I had been billed. I was debited 12--02 my card number is [protected] ex date 11/12.your number is I think is an account number.[protected] CAUS.
was only so post to be charged 1.00 for a report and given 30 days to canceal the reports and its not been 5 days yet. i want my 14.95 back on my account now. the back will stop payment at your expense and will file a fraud charge againist you
an absolute rip off, i cancelled during the trial period and i was still charged 12.95 after a month.
i will never use them again
This company charged my Visa card for three separate November 19 transactions, at $12.95 apiece, each identified as MNI CREDITRPT MNTR SVC. I had never authorized such a service, and when I telephoned them they said they had no account in my name. They further told me that the three charges, all to my Visa card number, was for three other names (none of them mine). They said to resolve it I would have to call their Fraud Department. When I did that, the person I spoke to said I would have to send him a copy of the credit card statement to prove I was the real card holder. So I did, by e-mail, requesting an immediate reply. I have not yet heard anything from them. The whole process, beginning with the fraudulent charges, makes me very suspicious. I have cancelled the credit card. I wonder just what kind of an operation this place is.
i applyed for a loan on line now the credit report.com has taken 29.98 plus 25.00 overdraft ive tryed to call...
I canceled my free 30 day trial of credit monitoring with creditreport.com within the trial period. Actually, within a day of the trial. I decided to go with truecredit instead. 30 days later, I was charged $11.95. When I asked to speak with a supervisor, it took forever on hold, he was rude and called me a liar. He refused to reverse the charges unless i could prove that i did in fact cancel. He wanted a confirmation number that i was never given. I have my cell phone record of the call which they would not accept.
It goes a little something like this. I ordered a free credit report which I knew came with a trial...