KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE -- I was passed on to Elavon Inc. after being passed on to 2 other credit card processers. I started out with one company, then they either merged with another company or sold my account to another company. Anyway, Elavon was the last in the chain. I was with them for 2 or 3 years. I was a very good customer. Elavon charged me very high fees for processing my customer's credit cards. I never complained or gave them any trouble. Unfortunately, Elavon just kept raising my fees. Finally I found another company to procees my customer's credit cards. On 4-21-11 I asked Elavon to close my account with them. Elavon sent me a closure form. I filled it out and faxed it back. I thought my closure was all taken care of. But a week later I found that Elavon had debited by bank account $65. I sent their closure form again to Elavon. I talked to many many customer service representatives. But again in the beginning of June Elavon debted my bank account $65. Finally after calling Elavon fifty times and wasting countless hours, Elavon told meE what they really wanted to close my account with them. Elavon had a new closure form for me to fill out and sign. This new closure form had a charge of $677 for "Liquidated Damages".
I couldn't believe the arrogance of Elavon. After ripping me off for years, Elavon couldn't stand to let me go without one more giant rip off. How can Elavon get away with this outrage? Either I pay or Elavon keeps on charging my bank account $65 a month or Elavon will mess up my credit.