Rebatesoft charged my bank account. How do they get my account info?
Date: Sun, 10/19/2008 13:58
Just wanted to let you all know that there are charges popping up on people's accounts all over the US for $7.50 from a company called Rebatesoft. All you have to do is dispute it with your bank and cancel your ATM/DEBIT card #. I Google this and many hits came up with the same charge as mine and same company listed. I didn't know where to post this and so I started here, if you need to move it that's fine. I just wanted the word to be out
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