AUDIBLE 888-283-5051 - Debit or Credit Card Charge

AUDIBLE 888-283-5051 Charge Statement Code:



Audible, Inc.
Address:
One Washington Park
Newark, NJ 07102 USA

Contact Information
Phone Number: 1-888-283-5051
Customer Service: 1-888-283-5051
Email: [email protected]

AUDIBLE 1-888-283-5051 is Audible.com’s charge code that the company uses when charging your checking, credit, or debit card for purchases.

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3 comments:

  1. After canceling my membership plan with audible, I saw the unauthorized charge on my bank statement as "Audible 888-283-5051 NJ." I think it's a fraud against their former customer.

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  2. I saw the charge of $14.95 on my credit card today and at first didn't know what's it. I had to search Google to know what the hell is "Audible 888-283-5051 NJ." I'm hard of hearing and the least I need is an audio book. I don't know why, when, and how I was supposed to subscribe to that company. Shame on Amazon if this company somehow is affiliated to Amazon!

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  3. Three unauthorized charges on Transaction Date: April 28 2014 Audible 888-283-5051 NJ for $17.46 Audible 888-283-5051 NJ for $7.49 Audible.co.uk GB for $0.98 Hardly worth calling the 888 number (unless you want yo yell at someone), they are beyond useless. They cannot trace the charge without knowing your audible account,... which does not exist anyway as this is a fraudulent charge. They'll then have you reel off all your amazon.com emails and phone numbers for no reason, because it's a damn fraudulent charge that you never made on amazon anyway. They'll then just give you some flim-flam about having the "Back Office" call you back. Basically, they're completely uninterested in tracking credit card fraud perpetrated in their name. I expect they're all too happy to keep whatever fraudulent charges go unnoticed. Just call your bank and dispute the charges. Would be nice if the banks shut them down, seeing how many of these scams are popping up, but I won't hold my breath. It's cheaper to just reverse the charges and let audible/amazon corporation carry on their little scam

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