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This is A SCAM
Sep 26, 2016
Monetary Loss: $0
Went online to change my address through the postal service and this scam site was the first to pop up, looking like an official USPS site. After filling in the address change information, it required credit card or bank information , did not say the charge was anything other than the $1.00 the post office charges normally. Luckily, I went right to my credit card account and in a few seconds the $59.95 charge popped up, I quickly called them, told them it was a scam. They removed the charge, closed the account and are sending me out a new card. Thank you Barkley.
This website misrepresented themselves as the official usps address change. They asked for your credit card and didn't tell you how much is being charged, I remember changing my address before and it was only $1 so I put in my card, stupidity on my part for not investigate further on the charge amount. Such a scam!!!
I click on the site by accident and filled out the information once I got charge I releazies that I did not change my address on the usps site so I called the lady was so rude and didn't even want to give me my money back even though the site clearly says full refund no questions asked in less than 60 days. She found all the ways to keep my money with her bogus claims. Please shut this site down these people are theives.