See I told you, this would help!
- SC = Store Coupon
- MC = Manufacturer Coupon
- SS = Smart Source
- RMN = Retail Me Not
- PG = Proctor and Gamble
- WYB = When You Buy
- B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
- .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
- .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
- EXP = Expiration Date
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If you ordered from Fannie May yesterday you need to check your bank statements. Normally when companies get overrun with orders like this just cancel them, not a big deal for any of us and we move on.
Fannie May has taken the illegal approach however and has removed the coupon code from many orders and is charging a larger, unauthorized amount. There are a few things that you can do:
- File a report with your credit card for false billing (you should have your email confirmation showing the $7-$10 charge amount.)
- Call Fannie May and cancel your order and they will refund the money.
For questions concerning an on-line shopping order: Call 1(800)333-3629 or email
You can take it one step further if you like.
- File a report with your local Better Business Bureau.
- File a report with your State Consumer Affairs office.
This deal completely checked out as a working legitmate company with me yesterday. I apologize though, never in my wildest dreams would I think they would charge cards for more than you authorized them too.
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