Carroll Inc. Informative - Double Charges On Credit Card

Review by carolyn1 on 2008-12-23
One of the Days Inn changes charged my credit card twice. Now they have my number, after I looked at my account (online) this wasn't a credit card (sorry) debit card, I was over drawn unknowingly. Now, it is almost Christmas, these under achiever's have my number, double charged my account, my work involved travel & staying at hotels very frequently, my suggestions is "Don't give out your debit number or credit card number.

Plus, don't stay at a days Inn without doing a background check on the people who own it or have a franchise. People will screw you in the back" If I have to pay $300 a night for three weeks I would rather do that.

God Bless
Comments:1 Replies - Latest reply on 2008-12-24
Posted by RestaurantGuy on 2008-12-24:
There is a good chance that this is a ghost charge. When you use a debit card and the business has to for some reason void a payment, you bank thinks there is two charges due to it being run twice. This ghost charge will fall off in 3-5 business days. You could also call the hotel and they can give written authorization to your bank to release these funds. You did call the hotel right??

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