The incident occurred in Boston. I live in Indiana. I had refused to sign the charge.
I have been told that just because I gave them the card initially that I "authorized" them. If that were the case, then they would be free to charge whatever they wanted. Could you assist me in wording the dispute so I can effectively win? I think the person at fault is really the dancer because she provided me with false information.
Like you suggested earlier, I do not wish to pursue this in court. I want to draft an effective letter to the credit card company disputing the charge. They are asking me for evidence or proof. For heavens sake its a strip club.
This a letter to the strip club. I was hoping of just sending it to the credit card company
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