Auto Change Services Reports & Reviews (1)
Victim Location 93446
Total money lost $99.75
Type of a scam Moving
I changed my address online. I was not savvy to the pop up that looked identical to USPS website. I never noticed that it was different, and my autofill filled it in with my CC information. Even though I never agreed to pay for anything , nor was asked to pay for good or services, the USPS does offer online services, such as purchasing stamps. A month later I received an email from "whatsaroundme.com" saying I have a free 90 day subscription that I could cancel. I clicked cancel. A month later I received another email. This time I called and did more investigating. I called the company. They called themselves, "Autochange Services". They claimed to be a company that provides service for changing my address-- which is a free service. When I told her this, she attempted to refund half, then all, but still wanted to charge me 1.99. I never authorized any of these charges knowingly. This is a scam that is cleverly disguised as part of a legitimate USPS webpage. They already charged my CC 99.75 in November and was about to charge my account again in December. I notified my CC company and they will dispute the charge. Sidenote: The entire time I spoke with the customer service rep at "Autochange services", I could hear roosters crowing in the background. I found that to be interesting.
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