APL*Apple iTunes Store 866-712-7753
Complaint 26996 Details

  • Date Occurred: 09/24/2013
  • Reported Damages: $116.69

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APL* Apple Itunes store 866-712-7753 Ca debeted our account twice for 50.00$ on the same day Sept. 24Th 2011. We closed our account with Itunes on Sept 29Th 2011 after finding these charges and an additional charge made Sept 29Th 2011 for another 16.69. Totaling our damages 116.69$. Speaking with custemer service rep.from Itunes confirming theses charges were not our. We called our credit card co. and disputed these charges . How ever our credit card co. as of todays date claim these are valid transactions. there have been multiple web sites claiming scam from Itunes. We have never had to dispute any other charges from this credit card. Just would like to see our hard earned money back.

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  • Diana
  • Diana SBID #3feed9faaa
  • Posted 10/17/2013
  • Same thing happened to me and on this date also. The first charge was 7.99. They tried to charge my card a few more times at this same place but luckily they got declined. My credit card company/bank called me and reported it to me right away.
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  • Complaint Against APL*Apple iTunes Store
  • Complaints Filed: 187
  • Reported Damages: $248,342.25
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