WFH International

WFH International Attempted to charge funds to debit card 3/20/11, but not enough funds. Attempted again and succeeded to fraudulently charge $239.9 – Attempted to charge $239.94 to my Amscot debit card on 3/20/11 but there were insufficient funds. On 3/22 I loaded more money on my card to make a specific purchase, then by the time I got home to make the on line purchase, WFH International was able to access my card and charge it the same $239.94. The phone number that showed on my account belonged to another company; their representative stated their number had been used for the same reason in the past.

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