ChangeMyAddress.org

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Names:

Alicia

Paul

Phones:

888-481-9592

786-802-1686

Website/emails: www.changemyaddress.org
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Unresolved

Misslead by changemyadress.org

  • by: Pissedashell
  • #49206
  • Jun 23, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $79.95
Searched for change my address USPS. Clicked on the top web page, filled out the form. A few days later saw a charge for 79.95 on my bank account.
Phones reported:
888-481-9592
Web/emails reported:
www.changemyaddress.org
Unresolved

Scammed by ChangeMyAddress.org

  • by: tonyschmelzer
  • #49044
  • Jun 20, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $80
I should have been more careful, but changemyaddress.org is definitely a scam. They never give you a cost before your order is finished, which makes me an idiot for finalizing my order, so that's on me. After realizing my mistake, I called them to cancel the order, and they said they could only refund half of what I paid them. They issued that refund, then I called back again a few minutes later with the same cancel request. They said they would cancel the rest, except for $2 to cover the address change. So if they follow through (I got confirmation emails for both refund amounts...), I'm only out $2.

Do not place an order with this company. If you do, do not accept that they can only refund half. Keep telling them you don't need all their additional services and that you'd like a full refund.
Phones reported:
888-481-9592
Web/emails reported:
www.changemyaddress.org
Unresolved

Scammed by website

  • by: josh75
  • #48886
  • Jun 17, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $79.95
I clicked on the first website to change my address. Filled out the form and then put in my credit card info. I didn't think anything of the fact that it stated NO WHERE how much they were going to charge me because my girlfriend said it costs a dollar. Well, it charged me almost 80 dollars and of course they are closed on Sundays so this is some crap I am going to have to deal with in two days. Too bad by time you read this it will be too late.
Web/emails reported:
www.changemyaddress.org
Unresolved

I have been scammed

  • by: csamsi10
  • #48010
  • May 31, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $0
I closed my USPS PO Box and was told to submit a change of address online to forward the mail to my home address. I typed in USPS change of address and this website came up. Very deceptive as it appears to be USPS which I have used several times before and know they only charge $1 to your credit card. I went through the process and nowhere did it mention they were charging me $79.95. Within seconds, the Fraud Unit at my bank, Chase, alerted me that two charges of $79.95 were received and for me to confirm if valid or fraud. I reported them as fraud and both were denied., thanks to the great service at Chase, but this fraudulent organization needs to be shut down now as I can see from googling them, they have been getting away with this fraudulent scam for quite some time and many people have been ripped off.
Web/emails reported:
www.changemyaddress.com
Unresolved

Changemyaddress.org address change scam

  • by: jaw_scam_123
  • #47788
  • May 23, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $2
I thought I was changing my address through usps until I saw a charge for $80 from changemyaddress.org on my credit card statement. I called and they initially tried to offer a 50% refund, then said they had already provided the services of the do-not-call registry, so the most they could refund was $70.
I kept saying I wanted a full refund or I would report them to the Better Business Bureau and contest the charge on my credit card. Then the representative said he could give a full refund, but would have to undo the USPS address change, which would take 6-10 business days (too long for my move), so I again said I would go through BBB and my credit card. Finally the rep refunded me $78.
Web/emails reported:
www.changemyaddress.org
Unresolved

DECEPTIVE

  • by: TQ1012
  • #47471
  • May 10, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $0
I also was an idiot and just googled change my address. Last month it cost me $1 to change the address of my company. I thought I was going through USPS with this address change. Today there was a charge on my card for $80. My bank gave me the phone number 844-736-7759 and I argued with them and told them to cancel the entire thing. They are refunding me $78. They tried to sell me $9.95 for adding me to the do not call list which by the way is FREE. I will be changing my address in person at the post office from now on!!!!
SCAM SCAM SCAM!!!!!!! BEWARE!!!!!!!
Web/emails reported:
www.changemyaddress.org