It is on my credit card bill as “free shipping” and the amount due is $99?

wondergirl asked:

I have no idea what this is! I haven’t bought anything online at all, and want to know how to check this out! Maybe someone has used my card without my knowing it, but the thing is, I have no way to check it out with the bill just saying “free shipping” and then the price!
What can I do?
Daniela ? No No No, you misunderstand. The last thing I need is another credit card! uuuugh!
I just want to know what this free shipping thing is, it is dated august 3, but i have not even one e-mail on that day, let alone a reciept for a purchase!
I called the credit company and they say they have no way of knowing what it is , and it will take a few months to check where the money goes to! Rediculous! I am supposed to pay this in 2 days but dont want to pay if I dont know what it is! Is this normal???? I bet its not! Do I have to pay? and then get a refund later if they find out 2 months later that it was a mistake? Thats alot of money to just pay out without knowing what the heck it is~~

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3 Responses to “It is on my credit card bill as “free shipping” and the amount due is $99?”

  1. doinou on February 3rd, 2009 2:09 pm

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    Call the credit card folks right away.

  2. Clive L on February 6th, 2009 3:40 pm

    Telephone your credit card provider right away. Ask them what this charge is all about. Tell them that you have not authorised it. They will investigate and should reverse the charge.

  3. Jill S on February 7th, 2009 5:52 am

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    DON’T pay it! Call your company back and tell them you want to file a dispute. They will send you papers in which you will fill in the answers to the questions asked of you. You must must must mail this form back immediatly or it will be void. Make sure you make a copy of these papers you sent back to your credit card company. You don’t have to pay it, let THEM do the investigation. Thats their job. Good luck.

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