Upon reviewing the activity in my primary checking account, I discovered a charge for $279.99 , a charge that neither my wife nor I, had any involvement with. After calling my bank and finding out who was the recipient of the money, I managed to get through to a person at "RX Smart". The product we had supposedly purchased, was an 18 month prescription medicine coverage plan. Considering that we have an outstanding health insurance plan, that includes terrific prescription medicine coverage, we knew right away that we were dealing with a fraudulent transaction. Our biggest concern, is how they were able to obtain our checking account number.
Apparently, there are many of you out there that have experienced the same problem. My hope is that by contacting the Attorney General's office, that an effort will be made to round up these con-artists and that they will be brought to justice.