they took one look at your form and recognized you had
a non delivery of product and reversed the charge.
that put the ball back to this "company" to show why
they should get the money and we all know that will
--- GMAN <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi all!!
> So thanks to all of you who gave me great info and
> advice about
> the bogus DVDDUNKEY TV outfit. Based on all your
> yesterday Morning Monday I contacted my bank first
> thing. They
> faxed me a form asking specific details about the
> So after filling it out and faxing it back, this
> morning as I
> was checking my account for something totally
> unrelated to this
> matter, to my great surprise and shock there was a
> refund deposit
> in the amount of $85.32. The full cost of my
> nonexistent DVDS!!
> I almost fell headlong out of my chair!! The last
> thing I
> expected was a next day refund after just filling
> out a simple
> form. I assumed before I got even a drop of my
> money back, my
> bank would first go after these clowns whoever and
> wherever they
> So now I'm wondering did the bank take one look at
> the form I
> filled out, and possibly based on information they
> might have had
> already, they just gave me a full refund right then
> and there?
> Even though I have all my money back, will my bank
> still go after
> these jerks for fraud? The last thing I wondered
> was maybe they
> already got busted and that's why after so many
> Emails back and
> forth, I stopped hearing from them altogether? I'm
> going to hang
> on to all the Emails for a while. I'm thinking my
> bank or
> someone somewhere might want them at some point,
> So this brings a very happy ending to a very long
> work day.
> Thanks again for all your help!!
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