I was called during regular business hours and the gentleman on the phone informed me that as my CURRENT merchant card processing company they are mandated to perform internal audits. He informed me that it appeared my account had been charged overages and high fees since a change in federal laws back in September 2014? He informed me that I was due a credit and he was glad to have found the errors before they were continued. I was skepticalof course. I repeatedly told him I was happy with my current company and had no intentions of switching. He stated I was not making any changes just receiving a credit. When he sent me the forms to fill out he went through each very quickly telling me where to sign and to fax them back ASAP.When I had the opportunity to actually read them carefully: ONE document was a rebate for $250 after 2 months with the new company MAINSTREET Processing, and another was for a $100 rebate after 1 month of new processing also with Mainstreet Processing. There were many pages of calculations of visa, debit, credit charges and fees, it looked legitimate at first glance. He knew I banked with Wells Fargo and THANKFULLY I took the time to investigate his false claims. DO not fall for this, anyone wanting to give your business $$ usually is up to something or selling you something. Who knows what Processing issues were in my company’s future with this RIP off company. Or were they trying to get my banking numbers?? One of the forms stated they may need a cancel check for account clarification? .
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