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By Anonymous - / Monday 5 November 2018 05:00 /
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By  Paul B. Gyurcsanszky  |  12

I’d contact the bank President. Going above the branc manager always gets their attention.

By  tr3yr  |  12

Um who do you bank with op? If you have proof then there is no way they could not help you get your money back. Also, glad you’re okay. May things get better for you quickly!

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By  Paul B. Gyurcsanszky  |  12

I’d contact the bank President. Going above the branc manager always gets their attention.

By  PenguinPal3017  |  15

I can't imagine the bank not believing you. What kind of crazy person would lie about this?

By  tr3yr  |  12

Um who do you bank with op? If you have proof then there is no way they could not help you get your money back. Also, glad you’re okay. May things get better for you quickly!

By  ViviMage  |  36

Any way to prove the purchase didn't go to your house/work? Anyway to contact the bank card they used to do a chargeback (assuming it was not paid as an ETF with the routing and account number).
Open a fraud case and close down that bank account or ask for a new number!

By  wysegirl  |  15

File a police report for the furniture issue to get it investigated and then the bank will help you.

By  ImminentDisaster  |  12

Is it possible to find out the delivery address? Maybe you’ll find the culprit or at least be able to have the furniture returned. Or if it hasn’t been delivered yet could you cancel the order?

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