If I am reading your answer correctly, you are saying the mere fact that Hertz pre-approved $200 on the card before it was cancelled, allows them to charge an infinate amount of money to that card after it is cancelled? Is that correct?
Actually the contract I have with the bank is all that is relevant, because they were in control of my money. Hertz pre-approved $200, so that is all they should have been paid unless my contract with the bank states otherwise. You did not tell me if there is a banking authority I may contact if it turns out the bank sent funds that they were not authorized to send.
I am going to go ahead and approve the payment for your answer so you know I am keeping my end of the agreement for your answer. However, I would appreciate it if you would finish answering my question as to whether there is a higher authority/government office that I can speak with if it turns out the bank made an error with my money.
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