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Q: finding a web address for a phone number ( Answered,   1 Comment )
Subject: finding a web address for a phone number
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: mopey2-ga
List Price: $3.50
Posted: 05 Jul 2006 09:25 PDT
Expires: 04 Aug 2006 09:25 PDT
Question ID: 743534
hi, i am trying to get hold of a number to cancell some membeship that
i inadvertantly signed up for online. this number continues to be busy
and i cant get an email or anything. can someone help? the alternate
number is out of service.

the number is 18886834432, also 15772732700. this is for Membership
Plus, whatever that is im not sure or id be able to trace it to a web

thanks, maureen hirt
Subject: Re: finding a web address for a phone number
Answered By: tisme-ga on 05 Jul 2006 15:13 PDT
Hello mopey2-ga,

The area code in the second number you have specified is not a valid
area code for North America.

The 888 number is not listed in any toll-free directories. I did get
through to the number only to find out that they were currently

My recommendation to you is to immediately contact your credit card
company and communicate with them regarding this transaction. You
should notify to them that you have no idea where the charge
originated from. Not only will they be able to prevent further
charges, but they will also be able to dispute the charge for you,
which might result in you getting your money back.

What happens if you dispute a charge is that the merchant has to prove
that they provided the service to you, and that you requested the
service. The credit card company will often take the customers side,
especially on internet related transactions (signatures are not
possible). Also make sure that your bank knows that you have attempted
to contact the business and have been unable to get through to them.

Please let me know if you require any additional assistance regarding
this query. I will be happy to assist you further should it be
required. Good luck!

Subject: Re: finding a web address for a phone number
From: owain-ga on 05 Jul 2006 14:37 PDT
Speak to your credit card company, they should be able to provide you
with contact information for any transaction on your account.

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