Spoof website, no amount given for what they were charging, nada.... DISHONEST!
Feb 28, 2020
Monetary Loss: $79.95
Went to change my address. Thought I was on the USPS website. All seemed legit. And then the usual do you want coupons, stuff in your area, etc. All seemed like a typical usps moving website. Looked at my credit card today... and have a 79.95$ fee pending from this company. Called and she tried the half off. I said no. She tried the 9.95 for do not call list and the moving. And then said because already in the process would have to pay the 1.95. I am going to submit a dispute to my credit card anyhow. It is the principal. Didn't say the charge. And didn't ask for authorization. What a dishonest company. The lady who answered the phone was nice. Feel terrible she is stuck working for such a terrible company.
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Dispute change after it posts
May 1, 2020
Monetary Loss: $79.99
Change of Address website (MYMOVINGCHANGES.COM) looks like the USPS website. They charged 79.99 instead of the $1. I called my bank (Chase). Chase said that I need to wait til it posts, then call Chase to dispute the charge. Apparently, trying to contact the scammer for a refund is futile.
I thought I was on a legit USPS site, the next thing I know I am being charged $80 to change my address! I thought it was the normal $1.00 charge! They claim they will refund my money but we will see. I am afraid I will have to shut that card down!