Milford woman charged 20 times for a single purchase at Meijer

Complaints from Meijer customers being repeatedly charged after making a single purchase are popping up from Cincinnati to Michigan.“It was $139.48, about every five minutes, we were getting a notification, for an hour straight,” said Taylor Graham who had made a single purchase at the Milford Meijer.Graham said the charge hit her account 20 times, locking down thousands of dollars.She contacted her bank, but the charges kept coming.“They’ve placed a fraud claim charge, but until that processes, which can be about 10 business days, there’s nothing they can do about it,” Graham said.“Frustrating,” said Joe Richard who had a single charge for more than $100.00 hit his account twice. “If somebody lives paycheck to paycheck and only has a little bit of money, it could potentially cause lots of bills to be returned for insufficient funds.” Richards made the purchase at the Meijer in Eastgate. There are even more complaints in Michigan where Meijer is headquartered. Meijer tweeted out a message to customers.“Over the weekend, we faced challenges processing some transactions at checkout. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience. We are working with financial institutions to resolve these issues, ”the tweet said. Graham said she was told the charges, which were pending, would drop off her account de ella before they were charged. They didn’t. All 20 of the charges went through and things got even worse.“As of this morning, we have a new charge, same amount. So, it’s like it’s starting over, ”Graham said. She is confident she’ll get her money back, but her account and her patience are drained until that happens.

Complaints from Meijer customers being repeatedly charged after making a single purchase are popping up from Cincinnati to Michigan.

“It was $139.48, about every five minutes, we were getting a notification, for an hour straight,” said Taylor Graham who had made a single purchase at the Milford Meijer.

Graham said the charge hit her account 20 times, locking down thousands of dollars.

She contacted her bank, but the charges kept coming.

“They’ve placed a fraud claim charge, but until that processes, which can be about 10 business days, there’s nothing they can do about it,” Graham said.

“Frustrating,” said Joe Richard who had a single charge for more than $100.00 hit his account twice. “If somebody lives paycheck to paycheck and only has a little bit of money, it could potentially cause lots of bills to be returned for insufficient funds.”

Richards made the purchase at the Meijer in Eastgate.

There are even more complaints in Michigan where Meijer is headquartered. Meijer tweeted out a message to customers.

“Over the weekend, we faced challenges processing some transactions at checkout. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience. We are working with financial institutions to resolve these issues,” the tweet said.

Graham said she was told the charges, which were pending, would drop off her account before they were charged. They didn’t. All 20 of the charges went through and things got even worse.

“As of this morning, we have a new charge, same amount. So, it’s like it’s starting over,” Graham said.

She is confident she’ll get her money back, but the account and her patience are drained until that happens.

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