1-TJF Corp has been debiting my checking account for $75 every two weeks for six months! I've tried finding a phone number or address via Google and the BBB website, but can't figure out who they are or how to contact them.
I've even asked my bank--they have to know where they're sending the money, right? They refused to give me any information. I'm having massive problems with my bank. They've also refused to put stop payments on charges from one click cash and united cash loans. But that's another post, I suppose...
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