In January, I put a stop payment on my checking account to keep oneclickcash from getting anymore money out of my account. However, I just found out that one click cash fraudulent did a preauthorized debit from my account in the amount of $335.00. I didn't have near that amount in my account, but my bank paid them anyway plus a $35 insufficient fund fee. I called my bank and asked them why did they pay them when they (my bank) knew that I did not have the funds in that amount in the first place! Well, my bank tells me that they will do an investigatation and for me to close my old account and open up a new account, which I did for the second time. I still don't know how one click cash got my new checking account number. [size=3][/size]
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