Did Sweet Pea Post Stationery take money from your account?

Did Sweet Pea Post Stationery take money from your account?

Have you like many other customers from Sweet Pea Post Stationery also been charged money on your credit card that you have not authorized?

Sweet Pea Post Stationery have build a business around a subscription model that automatically charges its customers from their credit card. So that leaves the question: How can you get your money back from Sweet Pea Post Stationery? Often customers find that it can be extremely difficult having their money returned to their accounts once Sweet Pea Post Stationery has taken them.

Things to consider before doing a chargeback with your bank

A natural reaction would be to go to your bank and ask to do a chargeback, but it might not be the best thing for you because:

  • It might be difficuelt getting a new credit card
  • You will need to resubscribe to all other services again that you have connected your credit card with (like phone subscription, streaming services, automatic payments etc)
  • It can be difficuelt getting your bank to agree to make a chargeback in the first place
  • Your bank might impose a fee that you will have to pay
  • Your bank might give you a lower credit rating. That could mean it would be more difficult to get a loan in the future

We can help you get your money back

We have helped consumers get their money back from Sweet Pea Post Stationery in the past. We might have a direct contact that will help process the refund of your money. We, of course, cant work for free, we charge a fee of 5 EUR for us to process the case. However, we only charge that fee if you actually manage to get your money back!

If you want us to get started on getting your money back from Sweet Pea Post Stationery, then just fill out the form below and we will start the process:

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Important: If you don't hear back from us within 5 days we advice you to contact your bank and request a chargeback.