lucy03 wrote: »
I'm not personally concerned about the moral issues, I don't know the OP and I don't know his circumstances, or whether this really happened. But if fraud took place where money was taken without permission, then the OP has the right to progress it if they so wish IMO.
morganedge wrote: »
What if you are being lied too as to what and how much you are paying, before you enter your pin?
Is it like being in a clothes shop and the assistant says, ''one jumper, that's 20.00, put your pin in, please'', and a week later, you see you've been charged for a hundred jumpers?
George_Michael wrote: »
Anyone has the right to challenge a transaction on their bank account but this doesn't mean that they have any chance of winning.
The first thing that the bank will do is check if the payment was authorised by the entering of the PIN for the card used and if it was and that card hasn't been reported as lost or stolen then in all probability it was the card holder that authorised the payment.
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