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Bill Me Later never sent me an invoice for the amount I owed them.Months later, when I finally did receive one, there were 2 months worth of late fees on there.

I called them, and the operator I spoke with told me the late fees would be waived if I paid the amount owed. I did. Now three months later, they are sending me invoices saying I owe late fees for not paying the late fees. I have tried communicating with them via email, since I don't trust them on the phone, and every response I get is from a no reply email address.

They call me constantly, my stance hasn't changed.

How can you charge someone late fees for a bill not sent?I am turning this over to my states attorney general.

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Anonymous
#507852

I never said I didn't owe money.I paid what I owed, for the product I purchased.

Why should I have to pay a late payment on the charge though, if they never sent me a bill for it? It was 1-800-pet-meds, I usually use my debit card. This one time I happened to use bill me later and did space it.

I appreciate your input, but I paid the amount owed.The other thing is, I called them when I did receive a bill, and explained to them what happened and apologized for not having paid it, the guy on the other end said he would waive the late fees if I paid the amount of the original charge, which I did, and the late fees were never waived.

Anonymous
#507806

I agree with Sessa, If you are shopping on the web and buy items worth 100 and use the excuse you didn't receive the bill.Bill are sent out to you for a reminder.

Do you not pay your car payment or house payment when you don't receive a bill? Do you call them and complain i didn't pay because i didn't receive a bill? I don't think so. YOu know you have to pay the bill each month.

You signed the contract, and if you are shopping online don't you think hey, that $100 i charged on my Visa never was there and i got product..

Do you think it was for free?no, you owe money and have to pay for it and its your error that you didn't read the fine print.

Anonymous
#496285

This is one of those regular complaints that make my head hurt.So, your ____ bill got lost in the mail or you didn't get it and somehow that means you don't owe the money?!?

This seems to be a common occurence with certain "I take no responsibility for myself" consumers. You KNOW you incured the debt right? Occasionally I don't get a credit card bill from one of my creditors.

I don't then think Oh, I must not owe this month.The payment doesn't magically disappear if you don't get the bill!!!!

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