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I Signed Up With Innovative Wealth Builders Before I Saw Your Site. – Barbara

“Dear Steve,

I signed up with innovative wealth builders on telephone before seeing your site. I called them immediately and cancelled and ask for refund. Instead they charged my credit card again.

What can I do? I have emailed them and called and can’t get any help from them.

Barbara”

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The Answer

Dear Barbara,

I just completed a review for you on Innovative Wealth Builders, click here.

My advice would be to call your credit card company immediately and make a complaint against Innovative Wealth builders for charging your card without your permission. Ask the credit card company for a new card with a new account number.

If you have any problems with this then contact Innovative Wealth Builders and ask for a refund. Tell them if they don’t give you one you will file a complaint with the BBB and Attorney General. And if they don’t give you a refund, DO IT!

Please update me on your progress by posting updates here in the comments section of your question. I’m very interested in how this works out for you.

Big Hug!

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  • Fraud97

    This company is a fraud, they keep calling me and many times do not say a word.  They will call several times a day.  I am reporting them to the Do Not Call agency.  !!!!!!

  • Smart Veteran

    Received a phone call on 04 January 2012,  at my unpublished home phone number by subject business.    When I inquired as to how they obtained my phone number, the representative stated that he obtained it from my credit report.  Needless to say, this alarmed me and the call came from a Franklin, VA phone # 1- 757-304-3017.  The business name did not display on my Caller ID.  The representative, and later, supervisor used deceptive tactics to get me to buy into their “lowering my interest card payment program”.   As I pressed them on how much this fee is to qualify for their program, the supervisor kepted dancing around the question by repeating the great offer.  I then went on the web and surfed their business name on BBB website.  I questioned their F rating and the supervisor responded that “they can’t make everyone happy” and got belligerent and holy when I told them thank you and have a nice day.  
     
    Being that Hampton Roads, VA is a highly concentrated military community, as a retired veteran, I am concern that they may take advantage of a less than savvy consumer with these patterns of complaints received by BBB.  

    Usually when they say its a good deal upfront…..be very afraid….

  • Dorothy

    I would like to ask Barbara what phone number she called to get a hold of them.  I am having the same trouble she had and am tired of them charging my credit card.  Thanks, Dorothy 

  • Barbara

    Well I wrote to BBB, Attorney General and Federal Trade Commission. I have received full reimbursement from the company.

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