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If you find unauthorized charges on your debit or credit card, contact us for a free consultation.

In the fast-paced world of internet commerce, many consumers are deceived into signing up for goods or services that they do not want, and do not understand that they have purchased.  Some well-known internet retailers even share their customers' credit card information with other third-party marketing companies.  These shifty corporations then charge small amounts each month until the charges are discovered by the consumer.  Because the charges are usually small, some consumers are charged for months, or even years, before they discover them.  Federal law makes it unlawful for internet companies to charge consumers' debit or credit cards without express authorization, which typically requires the consumer to provide the debit or credit card number and billing address.