Beware: Jettis International Connected To Much Credit/Debit Card Fraud!
Posted by Sandra on 2008-09-05
MARION, NORTH CAROLINA -- Jettis International (a 3rd party company to provide customer service and credit card/check processing for subscription and shopping cart websites)is being connected with many fraud claims. Researching the internet I found report after report of individuals finding credit/debit charges on statements, in which they did not authorize. My husband and myself are also victims. Examples of the vendors are: YAHECS.com, ZVCDCS.com, JFGHCS.com with a variety of 866 telephones numbers listed. All these .com addresses lead to Jettis. In our case, it was my husband's check card number that was used. His card was not lost, still in his wallet, and he does not use our home computer, therefore he does not use his card for online purchases. He uses a computer at work but it is a government office and every internet connection is monitored. He has not used the card for any purchase there as well.
By Google, I found that YAHECS is a porn site. Many other victims were also charged for porn sites by other .com domains, yet not all Jettis connected websites are pron related. The other two were Swedish travel like sites. I wasted no time to contact my bank and file a dispute and they informed me that the transactions were being made in Spain. We have no idea how his number was obtained but I also read that with 3rd parties, such as Jettis, that websites are sharing credit info.
Our check card numbers are not being stored on our computer and since my husband doesn't use his to purchase online, it wouldn't be possible for the info to be stolen from my computer.
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Posted by Caroline on 2008-01-16
I want to warn everyone about this unauthorized billing activity that could occur on your check or credit card. I checked my account tonight and noticed that the remaining balance did not seem correct. I was right. I noticed a charge that I did NOT authorize. Apparently, it was an online charge at csred46.com. I went to this website and noticed they were part of Jettis International. I googled them and discovered they were an online payment method used for internet pornography websites! I do not view pornography, nor do I buy it, so I don't understand how this $39.95 charge got on my card other than my information was stolen and used. I immediately called my cardholder's service number and notified them of the situation and had my card cancelled and reported the charge.
Apparently, this has happened to others. Through more research, I discovered that they charge people even though they don't use their website. I tried contacting a 1-800 number that I found on a website, but I got no answer. Beware! If you find this charge, notify your bank immediately!! Maybe with enough complaints, the Jettis people will be shut down.