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We gave our credit card info to Total Access Network thinking it was a legitimate deal. I tried calling them to cancel and no one would answer. Can you advise as to how to cancel out of this? It was for an iPhone 11 that cost $19.73. Thank you.

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  • January 10, 2020 at 8:03 PM by info

    "I had a message that appeared to be from our cable/internet provider, Spectrum. We live in Alton, IL. For doing a survey, I was one of a handful of customers who would qualify for an iPhone 11 for $1.00. I very rarely respond to anything like this, but because it was from Spectrum, I thought it was legit. I provided my card info (GRRRR) and then as I continued, they wanted me to enter it again. I read the terms and conditions and saw the nearly $20 they wanted to charge me PER WEEK!

    I called the number given (844-340-3897) and told them this was a scam, and I was going to report it. Also if any charges appeared on my account, I would find an attorney and sue. This kind of scamming needs to have clear laws designed to protect consumers. They, they need to be fined one heck of a good wad of money for every person they scam! The email address is support@totalaccess.network..."

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  • January 10, 2020 at 8:02 PM by info

    "I was lied to, they claim Xfinity was giving 100 customers a prize if they took a survey. I took the survey and it let me choose what I wanted to win. I chose the iPhone 11 and it said to pay $19.73 for shipping; I thought it was real. I call Xfinity today and they said that I will need to protect my identity and bank info that it was a fraud😐.

    I’m literally just 14 and begged my mom to pay for it now my mom might end up getting money stolen from her. I honestly wish I never fell for it. It’s unfair"

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  • January 10, 2020 at 7:59 PM by info

    If your card has already been charged, you may need to open a dispute with your bank to have your money refunded. Then, cancel the card and get a new one to prevent further unwanted charges.

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