I got scammed about a month ago with bookitallinclusive as a fax scam, but I cancelled by credit card immediately after I realized I had been duped. Now it appears that the "merchant" contacted my credit card company and is attempting to dispute the claim. How should I go about this? Are they going to win?http://www.bookitallinclusive.com/about-us.html
The website was registered with a telephone number that does not exist and the site has a fake security seal so the whole thing is bogus.
I got faxed the scam at my work (Walmart Pharmacy). Unfortunately I did not save the fax, but the details of the fax was that I would get access to a 4-5 star resort for the price of 119/person with reduced air fair. I paid for 4 people and gave them the credit card information over the phone. They sent over an e-receipt through the mail. I didn't sign the e-receipt agreeing to the terms, but I'm thinking they voice recorded me. 1 hour after the charge was placed on my CC I immediately called my CC and told them that my CC was lost. They voided the transaction and I thought everything was good. This all took place early September. Now I'm receiving a dispute from bookitallinclusive and I am worried because I've been reading that since the transaction was non-refundable, I may be screwed.
Here's a link describing what happened to other people: http://800notes.com/Phone.aspx/1-888-266-0458/2
I don't know how to approach this with my CC company, which is Citi. I'm suppose to be receiving contact from them within a couple days I believe. I feel so stupid...