On February *,****, I made a purchase of a Kindle Fire to be billed in installments until the balance was paid. This month, I was billed three payments for **.**. Clearly, an error was made. I called earlier in the week to advise that no payment was billed as it is usually deducted on the fourth of fifth of the month, I was advised by a customer service agent that the charge was scheduled to be debited* it was to be a matter of days for my checking account to reflect it. This morning, when I checked my bank balance, I discovered that not only had I been billed for my May installment, but was also billed an additional charge of $**.**. I made a second call to advise your company of the duplicate charge, and was advised by another representative that the payment had already been reversed. This evening, when I did a balance inquiry on my bank's website, I discovered a third charge. Shortly before sending you to advise, I made a third call and spoke with Minor, a customer service agent who finally managed to sort out the problem. May I also add that I was transferred to Minor by another agent who was unable to answer my question. What ultimately happened is that instead of performing one authorization check, two were done. Apparently my bank caught it and issued a refund. I have not received it so I have to make an additional call to confirm this with my bank. This clearly should not have taken three phone calls. ***Sincerely,**Wendy A Jedrzejewski**Wendy A. Jedrzejewski****** Lester Road**Linesville, Pa. **********-***-****
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