|My mother received a notice to go to the Post Office to pick up mail. She presented the slip of paper to the postal worker and received a letter which required her signature. Like everyone else, she signed to receive the mail. |
Inside she found a notice that her "debit or credit card" had been charged $80.00 for coupons. The letter stated the company is registered with the "BBB". My mother is and always had been very careful with money. She had not ordered any $80.00 worth of coupons!!! The following company identification information was listed:Super Savings 4 U, P. O. Box 29492 Columbus, Ohio, 1-800-721-8985.
She called the company to explain that there had been a mistake, they play a tape with her voice BUT nothing else was clear. Also even on the tape she DID NOT say "Yes" as indicated. The person she spoke with did not speak or apparently understand English very well.
Several months ago she did order something on the telephone but NOTHING with this company and DEFINITELY NOT COUPONS. They mentioned something about what seemed like one of those "free 3 day 2 night travel offers" that are actually timeshare offers. Well, my mother has owned and sold two timeshares, she no longer has an interest in that.
She has contacted her credit card company and they are investigating. A report about this will be filed with the Better Business Bureau as I checked with them and they do not know this company.This company's letter stated registered with the "BBB" but did not spell out Better Business Bureau to lead consumers to infer and believe they are legitimate.
Mom is living on Social Security.She is a model of good money management and monitoring (Suzie Orman probably learned from some "Greatest Generation" folks, like my mom.) It is a terrible shame for her or any of us to have to defend out and out deception, lies, schemes and fraud!
This Super Savings 4 U company has to be stopped and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law!!!!