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I have tried several times to get a refund from the following

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I have tried several times to get a refund from the following but they do not reply.
Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: Fraud Examiner
Expert:  Zoey_JD replied 10 months ago.
Hello, If you paid her via your credit card, you can contact your card carrier and ask for a chargeback if you didn't get what you bargained for. Otherwise, if you can find her, you could report her to consumer protection authorities and if that fails, sue the company for the return of your funds. The terms of service for the website gives contact information for "diana." The company name is ***** *****&Fab Ltd and their company information is: 40&Fab Ltd7/10 Chandos StreetCavendish SquareLondon W1G9DQ - UK The company business registration number is(###) ###-#### ***** according to Companies House, the government agency that keeps the annual tax and business fiiings for every UK company, this information checks out. The business was lawfully incorporated in 2010 in the UK and is an active business. The address on file with the government matches the address shown on the website. So in short, try your credit card carrier. From there, here are the various places in the UK which can assist you with a consumer complaint against a UK company. Then, if necessary, you could consult with a solicitor in the UK to look into the viability of a suit.

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