I have gotten several e-mails from people claiming to have gotten a credit card charge or a checking account charge from a company Named “New Age Pay Per Click”.
It did not come from us! – This is an informative website – we do not conduct business with the name of this website.
“A charge was made on our checking acct from New Age Pay Per Click….it is not our charge and it needs to be removed…how do we do that? The bank has instructed me to contact you.”
“On 10/13/10 a charge of $10.19 was made to my credit card by you. Please let me know what this charge was for?”
“i did not order pay per click but somehow i got charged for it. how do i remove it and stopped being billed?”
We do not conduct any business under the name of New Age Pay Per Click or New Age Website Marketing.
Please contact your credit card company or Bank and dispute the claim. Ask for any and all documentation about the charge. The charge did not come from us. It seems to me that someone has stolen your billing information and using the business name of New Age Pay Per Click.
When I do a search on New Age Pay Per Click – there are only a few sites out there, however, there is one site, that I believe is in Russia that is a dangerous site.
I found a site: “This web page at XXXXXXXX.ru has been reported as an attack page and has been blocked based on your security preferences.”
Please make sure you stand firm on your resolve to get these bogus charges removed from your credit card.
11/07/10 – addendum
Due to the high volume of traffic from people looking for information about “new age pay per click” I added the following information – I can only assume that there are many other people getting fraudulent charges on their credit card and bank statements:
How to dispute charges:
1) Gather all the information you can
2) Contact the company if you can
3) Contact the Bank and dispute the claim
4) Consider closing the account – if the bank does not help.
ID Theft and Account Fraud
Sample Dispute Letters (PDF)
How to dispute a credit card bill with a merchant
How to Dispute a Charge on Your Debit Card
How to Dispute a Charge
If you have Bank of America
Take Charge: Fighting Back Against Identity Theft
Avoiding Credit and Charge Card Fraud
For More Information
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