Two charges for 19.95 each started appearing four months ago and I never signed up for anything, much le...
Today I checked my credit card billing and saw a EPOCH.COM *GRANITYEN 14, 95 charge. But I didn't buy...
I made, paid and cancelled my subscription with ihookups.com all within about 24hours because I decided that...
I signed up for a website through epoch, received an email from epoch stating i would be charged £12.30 monthly, no payments for 2 months, then had on my credit card £19.00 TWICE MONTHLY, the absolute fraudulent scoundrels, Disgusted by the service. I asked for a refund and to cancel my account and detailed ALL credit card payments and the subscription email, My response from EPOCH the dirty pieces of S hit:
Our records indicate that your account www.realitykings.com (member ID # ) has already been canceled as of 01/30/2014. The last charge you should have received was on 01/06/2014.
As far as the other charges, please review your statement to verify the name and phone number of the billing company. You should be able to find the information on your statement.
Honestly - YOU GUYS SUCK - You robbing f king c ks!!!
I have tried emailing twice for a refund, overcharged me almost £100 but i am disgusted!!!
This name has showed up on my monthly bank statement with a charge for $40. I'm quite sure that I've never purchased anything on this website so it suggests that this company is processing stolen credit cards. Just to be sure that this never happens again I've closed my credit card and got another one issued. My bank told me that they can't help me in getting a refund as well...
Not once have I ever signed up or used this payment processor.
Received a SMS from the bank informing me of two debits while I was offline immediately voided the transactions. There were two:
EPOCH.COM - *RUSEFUL RM 256.17
EPOCH.COM - *FCIINCDBA RM 3.29
Immediately voided the card. Now I have to wait 10-60 days for the bank to investigate.
I suspect my card got skimmed and thanks to Epoch's very loose approval and guidelines, the fraudsters managed to get whatever they ordered or cash.
My debit card bank-Lloyds TSB phoned me by saying I was taken money from my card continuely by a company called Epoch.com which I haven't heard in my life. Because that debit card I use as a saving account to buy large goods like furnitures or flight tickets so normally I don't check the balance that frequently.also I don't use online banking so I was totally unaware I ve been charged by this company. Came back home, I took out my previous bankstatments to count, to my surprise, I ve been taken out 186 times of £6.8 in in less than two months from March till today! I was astonished! What sort of online payment company it is? It's totally illegal! Fortunately my bank will refund my loss and issue a new card, but still how they managed doing this is preculiar for me.
Epoch.com*fciin have removed money from my account on a couple of occasions with a combined total of...
I had an unauthorized charge of 14.95 to my account from this "business" after asking for a refund from another website which I guess uses them for internet payment transactions. Several others seem to have numerous encounters with this business charging monthly to their bank accounts without permissions.
Epoch.com has taken the following unauthorized payments off myBMO MasterCard
Oct 10, 2012 $30.75
Oct 11, 2012 $37.15
Oct 13, 2012 $34.99
I would like these unauthorized payments refunded!
I registered with Nextdoor Models via Epoch and canceled my monthly recurring subscription (at Epoch's web page) after about 2 weeks. When checking my credit card report today, I found to my surprise that I had been charged already for 2 months and 3rd payment was booked.
I contacted Epoch's billing support and they agreed to cancel the booked amount but refused to refund the 2nd charge, which was made after I canceled. They said that I should have gotten confirmation e-mail about cancellation. I didn't get it but their web-page had confirmed that my subscription was canceled. I remember it well, because I was surprised that it said I can still use my subscription until end of first month, although I canceled early. Yes, now I see that their web-page also says that on cancellation I should expect a letter of confirmation, but I didn't notice it back then, I trusted the confirmation on my browser screen.
My conclusion is that Epoch's service is either broken or deliberately tries to take advantage of those who don't read the fine print.
Epoch.com is an internet payment service provider that provides credit card billing services to its subscribers. The way the trial membership scam works is that when you sign up for a trial, you are sent two separate receipts, with two distinct account numbers and two different site names. The first one is for a random site that is unrelated to the site you signed up for, the second is the site you signed up for. The first account number is not cancellable through their web site, clicking on the cancel link and entering the account number from the receipt returns "Unknown account" every time. The second account number (from the second receipt) associated with the site you signed up for, IS cancellable through their web site. If you fail to telephone them, or use their Live Chat to have Epoch customer support cancel the account, then it remains in their system - hidden from your view - and will trigger a payment later. Later, if you complain and call them out on these facts, they cancel the hidden account making it look like you cancelled it on the date you complained. The only way to prove they are doing this is to keep an HTTP transaction log showing that you attempted to cancel through their website and their system FRAUDULENTLY denied that such an account existed. Pay careful attention to the receipts you receive by email, use only their phone or live chat to cancel, and make sure you get a cancellation confirmation number from the support representative. These guys are definitely ### and need to be shut down. Any site you come across that offers the choice of either Epoch or ccBill, don't ever choose Epoch!
I have an unauthorised transaction from my debit card 21/08/2012, from EARTCOMLL.epoch.com ffor 37 dollars..how can i stop this from happening...Thankyou martin cain
I came across a series of transactions from Epoch.com *Granityent that was processed all on the same day -...
Visa stopped a charge being placed on my bank debit card because they used the wrong cvv code. I had not...
epoch.com * ahava inc, has been charging me for something that i did not do & dont know what it is, i have constantly asked for this to stop & tell me what it is for, never get a reply, i dont have a clue for what site these charges are for so why would want to pay for nothing .
Recently I have noticed that I have been being charged a sum of $24.95 (USD) EVERY MONTH since May last year. Everytime it happens on the 3rd of the month. I spoke to a company representative named Melissa who told me that I would be refunded the last 4 months of the transactions but I am waiting to see if this actually happens.Meanwhile I have blocked my credit card.
I am here to ask-How DID THIS HAPPEN??? I have NEVER lost or misplaced my credit card or shared the information with anyone!
I googled 'credit card epoch.com' and am shocked to find that SO MANY people have been victims.I am here to ask WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT THIS? AND HOW CAN WE PROTECT OURSELVES FROM THIS IN THE FUTURE?
My bank statement shows a charge of $1.99 with a RECURRING PAYMENT option from epoch.com. I have never even HEARD of this company, much less purchased anything from them!! I know it's only $1.99, but I REFUSE to pay for something I did not purchase!! This company should be shut down for good!!!
29 February 2012 a total of $59.95 was deducted from my SGE Credit Union S1 access account via my visa debit card this money has been taken out without my authorization and I am concerned how they got my visa debit card number.. AND I WANT MY MONEY BACK.!!!
This company keeps coming up and charging me different amounts on my credit card. I don't know what this is and I want to know how to get my money back.