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Got a chargeback from mcs today and we haven't completed work for them in over year. Email says I can dispute the chargeback but they don't provide an email or any contact info. It for storing personnels and my they say me receipt doesn't match the order. If for the exact amount plus give details of the items.

Anybody have any luck fighting them or have any contact info.

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Got a chargeback from mcs today and we haven't completed work for them in over year. Email says I can dispute the chargeback but they don't provide an email or any contact info. It for storing personnels and my they say me receipt doesn't match the order. If for the exact amount plus give details of the items.

Anybody have any luck fighting them or have any contact info.

I deactivated myself about 8 months ago
Wannabe has warned people about MCS. Apparently they are prone to beginning the chargebacks AFTER you're done working for them. PM him and see what advice he can provide.



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If you don't have any outstanding orders with them to draw the money from, what did they say they were going to do to satisfy the chargeback?
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Got a chargeback from mcs today and we haven't completed work for them in over year. Email says I can dispute the chargeback but they don't provide an email or any contact info. It for storing personnels and my they say me receipt doesn't match the order. If for the exact amount plus give details of the items.

Anybody have any luck fighting them or have any contact info.

I deactivated myself about 8 months ago
Do they have electronic account information for your checking or savings accounts. If not telll em to PISSoFF. If they want to take you to court then fine you will have to come to (XX where ever youre based out of) and we shall have a good laugh at your dime. They attempted this with me and I told them NO I don't think so and said Goodbye. I love being nice to them , saying goodbye instead of hanging up abruptly, after cheesing them off. Woof
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We have had chargebacks up to 4 years after the fact. "Just say to bad so sad?" You can but they have an attorney outfit (If you p.m. I can tell you the name) that will trash your credit collecting from you or your insurance. They (atty outfit) has started a strategy of accusing the contractor of Fed Violations of erroneous charges of Government Insured Loans...ie..... fraud. See where that leads.....

I can give you some numbers to call and some of the players if you want.
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we have had chargebacks up to 4 years after the fact. "just say to bad so sad?" you can but they have an attorney outfit (if you p.m. I can tell you the name) that will trash your credit collecting from you or your insurance. They (atty outfit) has started a strategy of accusing the contractor of fed violations of erroneous charges of government insured loans...ie..... Fraud. See where that leads.....

I can give you some numbers to call and some of the players if you want.
sounds like real a holes
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Note to self...

Do not work for MCS.
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Do not work for MCS.
The correct note to self is don't ever stop working for MCS



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It's sad that I won't sign up for direct deposit for just this reason
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Direct deposit is just that. A means to deposit money. They can't take it back out.

It's a one way electronic street. You can verify that with your bank.
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