Illegally billed, need help, what to do?

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  1. NorwaySchlong

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    Hi everyone, I guess I am NOT the first person to be illegally billled by a porn firm...

    This Company Cyberservices.nl through tehir billing company CyBilling.com has illegally billed me for about 100 USD. I have written that I can prove by emails that I cancelled in time.

    What on earth can one do about this?

    I am very gratful for any help! I have great pics of my huge white cock and even some videos for kind help :)

    Regards, One angry bigcocked norwegian
     
  2. mindseye

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    Are they merely billing you (sending you statements and claiming you owe them money), or have they already charged an account of yours?

    If they're just sending you a bill, you should feel free to ignore it. If you've already been charged, you should contact your financial institution and see what sort of protection they offer against fraud.

    I'm reluctant to offer more advice than that, since the laws in your country are probably very different from the laws here.
     
  3. NorwaySchlong

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    Thanks! I have already been billed. Jsut wondered, maybe this is not that usual.
     
  4. Pecker

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    No, NS, sadly it is not unusual. If you provided a credit card number as "proof of age" when you applied, then you should certainly notify the credit card's customer service department about your problem. Many of them will simply refund the defrauded amount to your account and will then go after the porn outfit themselves. Credit card companies would rather do that and keep you as a customer than to lose you to a competitor.

    Don't ever just let something like this "go." Always challenge it. You'd be surprised how helpful financial institutions can be when it comes to internet fraud.
     
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