MyChargeBack Blog

by Alan Tepfer
Director of Client Strategies and Fund Recovery

Ready for Your Dream Vacation? Dont Let...

People on vacation want to relax, and some may let down their guard when theyre away from their everyday life and activities. Here are some scams to guard against on your next...

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Dont Be Sucked into a Timeshare Scam

Can a timeshare be a good purchase? Yes, in some cases, but only if you know exactly what youre getting and what youre not getting and have made a rational and informed decision...

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A Scam by Any Other Name Is Still a Scam

The distributor may very well be above board and his intentions may very well be good, but it doesnt matter. A scam is a scam is a scam.

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The Return of One-Man Scams

Recently, Facebook rolled out its Marketplace, where individuals who reside in the same general area can post items for sale alongside ads placed by retail firms. Its a natural...

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What an Online Scam Did to a Single Mother and...

Before you even think of sending in your contact information to an online investment site, you owe it to yourself to read this real life story. If you are unfamiliar with the...

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If Youre Buying, Selling or Renting, Beware...

Many other types of scams depend on the victims inexperience or willingness to buckle under the hard sell, but real estate scams are often different. Thats why the best defense...

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Scammers Who Benefit from Tragedy

If youve donated money to a charity scam, contact MyChargeBack for a free consultation to determine if theres a way to retrieve your money.

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"I Got a Call from the IRS Saying I Owe...

Some scammers know its easier to catch more flies with honey than with vinegar. So, mixing metaphors, they go phishing. They call or email potential victims at random and they...

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A Scammers Best Friend

Scamming was tough work. Not so any longer, and the innovation that changed all of that was the internet, which has become the scammers best friend.

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What Can You Do if the Bank Closed Your Dispute?

Once your bank opens a dispute with a merchant, the merchant then has a fixed number of days to respond. If the bank then accepts the merchants version of events rather than...

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