Fast Slim Forskolin

I was going through my online bank statement and noticed 3 transactions, totalling in the amount of $89.98, that posted to my account that I did not make nor authorize. All three were posted by Fast10forskolin.com. I have never heard of this site nor purchased anything from there.I looked up the site to try to find out some more information and some contact info. It turns out to be a site for some diet pill. I found a phone number, address, and email at the bottom of the site page. I called the number and spoke to the lady and told her about the 3 charges to my account and asked how I could get my money refunded or if they could void the transactions. She asked me for my name, phone number, address, and email address. So I gave them to her. She then tells me that they do not have any account with them matching my credentials. She tells me that she would have someone call me within 24-48 hours to explain to me how to get my refund. No one ever called me back and when I tried to call back, I got put on hold and then hung up on shortly after.They have now posted another charge to my account in a single amount of $89. Again, I did not authorize. This now puts my account into the insufficient negative.I am now going to have to go to my bank to see about getting this resolved which may result in me having to close my account and start a new one. And me paying any possible overdraft fees when my utilities auto draft.

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