Mysterious charges of about $65 to $68 from iEarn, LLC, are turning up on credit card and bank accounts across the U.S., according to recent complaints to Better Business Bureau. Some complaints allege that accounts have been charged more than once by the Coppell, TX-based business. Now the business is operating as Success Funding Now.
A woman in St. Paul, MN, complained: “A bill of $65.32 appeared on my credit card statement … I have never heard of let alone done business with this company and wonder where they got my credit card information. I am disputing the transaction through the credit card company but it concerns me that I have never heard of this company before yet they are billing me for what???”
The first complaint was filed with BBB in late July, 2010, and a month later there are 19 complaints. The complaints are from California, Indiana, Kansas, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Ohio, Utah, and Wyoming. BBB sent the complaints to the business, but so far there has been no response.
iEarn, LLC, now operating as Success Funding Now, is not a BBB Accredited Business. The business has a BBB rating of F, on a scale from A+ to F. Reasons for this rating include:
• BBB concerns with the industry in which this business operates.
• Length of time business has been operating.
• BBB does not have a clear understanding of this business.
“BBB urges consumers to check their credit card and bank accounts frequently for any unauthorized charges,” said Kim States, BBB President. “The unexpected and unexplained charges from iEarn, LLC, now operating as Success Funding Now, are not just an inconvenience to the consumers whose accounts have been charged. BBB is concerned that the charges may be fraudulent.”
Complaints report that not only is it a mystery where the charges come from, but also the business isn’t answering the phone or replying to emails.
A man in Phillipsburg, KS, said: “On 7-22-2010, $65.32 was charged to my credit card without my approval. When calling the number on my statement I got a recorded message that said due to a large (more…)