AOL - AOL Credit Alert - i was recently charged for aol credit alert without ordering it, i have alerted my bank to this aunauthorized charge and made several on-line complaints to AOL, and AOL credit alert as well as by phone

Posted on Monday, July 12th, 2004 at 12:00am CDT by a6ba6d03

Company: AOL

Category: Internet Services

i was recently charged for aol credit alert without ordering it, i have alerted my bank to this unauthorized charge and made several on-line complaints to AOL, and AOL credit alert as well as by phone. there are some things i found out this is a very widespread problem not only with these on-line sites for complaints but is a huge problem at a lot of banks...

a complaint that is made must be made within 60 days of the charge or the law will not protect the consumer for their criminal act, also these ghost charges for any returns and processing are illegal since the original charge is illegal they make money even though they give it back by imposing these handling fee's slick but still illegal, and this does not include those persons who do not even recognize the charge to dispute it, i have contacted a lawyer in my area and by his suggestion have posted flyers at my bank informing people of this illegal action and have asked them to contact this lawyer with their complaint, i suggest that other persons do the same, we have had numerous people come forward with the same fraudulent charges being made on their accounts to, also Aol is responsible for security of our personal information and whether of not they are partners with aol credit alert in these illegal actions remains to be seen, but in any case these actions need to be stopped and a class action lawsuit may need to happen to recoup our losses. i don't know where you all live but in the state of Michigan people that overcharge another for a service i liable for up to 10 times the amount of the overcharge to be returned to the person overcharged this can cause serious damage to aol and aol credit alert for there actions not to mention other damages to include: bounce fee's, identity theft, and so on get the picture... lets take em down.


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