Err... What the heck?

4 replies
Found 29th Aug 2009
I was looking through my CC statement, and noticed £10 was withdrew from my account, on a monthly bases by shopperdiscountscs.co.uk/.

Then I came across this:


I do not think I even authorised this, what ought I do?

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That's a private message link in your opening post Quicklite? Only you can read that or see information in it.

if there's no penalty i'd just cut the payment

Well, contact them asap to ask them what is going on for a start

SHOPPERDISCOUNTS.CO.UK is the billing descriptor for the Shopper Discounts & Rewards programme.
The Shopper Discounts & Rewards programme gives members 24/7 access to cash back rebates on shopping at over 700 online retailers, extended warranty, best price guarantee, delivery guarantee and much more. Members can save hundreds of pounds per year.

You may have found SHOPPERDISCOUNTS.CO.UK as a billing descriptor and a monthly membership fee on your credit or debit card statement.

Please note we recently changed our billing descriptor. In the past, Shopper Discounts, shopdisc.co.uk, shopperdisc.co.uk or something very similar to this may have appeared on your statement.

How did you join Shopper Discounts & Rewards?
The Shopper Discounts & Rewards programme is offered via many online retail partner websites. You or someone you authorised to use your credit or debit card joined the programme after making an online purchase.

Contact Us
If you have any other questions about the programme, your membership or how you joined, please call us on 0808 234 1539 (free phone) or email [email protected].
You can login to the Shopper Discounts & Rewards site here. If you have forgotten your password, click here.

- It sounds a bit like a quidco you pay for? I'd give them a call asap. How many months have you been paying?
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