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Answer.com

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Published: 20 December 2020

Posted by: Anonymous

i am currently having some problems with my vehicle, upon doing some repairs, it was still having the same problem, so i wrote to answer.com about my problem, and of course they asked what i amount i was willing to pay to get an answer from one of their specialist, i clicked the $15.00 box, after that a screen popped up for a confirmation on the amount, and i was prompted to type in the amount of money the i was willing to pay. after that i received an answer, then i check my account and found that two payments of $15.00 were debited from my checking account. i then called answer.com, and the person i spoke with told me that they were working to re-do the “confirmation” page, because the way it was worded most people think that it is to confirm the amount they were willing to pay, when in actuality, it is for you to deposit more money into their account just in case i had another question. she told me she would credit the money back to my account, however, it has not been done. this is a major scam. they act as if it is your fault, however, they are not clear on what you are actually doing. Teenieweenie13 Hamilton, OhioU.S.A.

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