Ever Private Complaint - Unauthorized

Review by TUPIN on 2007-06-06
CERES, CALIFORNIA -- How did you stop this, I too just received a debit to my bank account, I DO NOT want another one (2,3...) I tried to call, got a recording to go to www.contacteverprivate.com. This does NOTHING! I called my bank and they say I need to talk to the company. I will try to resolve this and if you could tell me how you stopped this I would be grateful, otherwise I guess I will just notify my bank to not process another "check" hopefully that will work.

PLEASE anyone reading this STOP EVER PRIVATE!

Comments:4 Replies - Latest reply on 2007-06-06
Posted by Skye on 2007-06-06:
Close that bank account, and open another one, with a new account number.

The website comes up as unavailable. How much did they debit from you??

Posted by Pomona Guy on 2007-06-06:
How did they get your account number? Did you give it to anyone? Or did they just out of the blue start charging you?
Posted by grandma005 on 2007-06-06:
When you apply for a payday loan online, this company will debit and debit your account to death. I got this name and number off of another website. I don't know if it is for real or not. The owner's name is Jerry Cline and home number is 1-949-388-5530. You can try it. Good luck.
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-06-06:
I researched www.contacteverprivate.com. They are popping up all over the place. Their web domain is registered by a service that specializes in hiding owners identities.

It's not only payday loans but some online retailers are using their services to process payments. Example: By clicking on the ORDER button you agree to have the payment processed by Ever Trust and authorize monthly payments for their services.

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