From: HissyFit'n PaminiFarm
Subject: Visa Is Credit Card Scammer
NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 07 Oct 2002 08:57:42 EDT
Date: Mon, 07 Oct 2002 12:57:42 GMT
Visa Is Credit Card Scammer
So what do you think of this letter or email i am thinking of sending to the
FBI? So you think i should send it or not or how can i improve, or have i
already said too much or not enough?
Here is why i believe Visa to be a credit card scammer:
I have a small-amount credit card for Internet purchases. The reason i have a
credit card is because of all the credit-card scamming about which you hear that
goes on on the
the Internet - right?
Well i assumed i had been scammed, so immediately called Visa and told them.
seem to be interested in the detail, they just said, immediately, you need a new
number. Ok, so
they gave me a new number. Upon opening my bill with the new number, i find the
bill is on my new number, plus another another request for money from someone i
of before. I called their telephone number 888-596-9279 AZ to ask CC Bill.com
$21.95 charge they placed on my statement from Visa. They said they couldnot
help me unless i
gave them my credit card number. So i ask them, “So what kind of “billing” agent
are you”. He
answers, “We are a billing agent for web page users”. I ask, “You mean like for
pages”. He sez, “No. For using web pages”. I amnot a fast thinker, but neither
was he, so nearly
wordlessly (unless you want to call mutualy stammering, words), we finally had a
meeting of the
minds. As i was hanging up the phone, this is what i deducted: it is porn . . .
How did it get on
my credit card? The lovely Porgy and Bess, contralto, voiced woman that handled
my account of
the changing of the number of my credit card, or TIGS.
Here is the above-assumed scammer’s phone number:TIGS 404-218-8590 GA These
you a news-reader service, and give you no place to log in . . .
Another charge, within that same 24-hour period; i requested be removed, which
was a similar
case, but not entirely a full-fledged scam, also showed up on my new credit-card
one was a site where you were supposed to get a place to post and read, such as
the one i am
now using (Newsranger), but after they get your credit-card number, and charge
you, you wind up
on a page that tells you to download their entire news reader onto your hard
drive, and if you
donot want the “service” “Sign Here”. So i “signed there”; it didnot work; it
was a dead link; i
immediately sent them several emails; they ignored me - so i want the charge off
my credit card,
since i couldnot use a news-reader i didnot want. I already have about four of
them on my hard
drive - i thought i was buying a service, not a news-reader, and their phone
IBL*IBLLCS.com 800-307-3558 FL.
Here are some addresses i have