Have you checked your bank account or received a notification that a withdrawal has been made from Puff Pack The Economist?
Often customers of Puff Pack The Economist have no knowledge that they have been signed up for a subscription that automatically renews and takes money from your credit card. So that leaves the question: Is it realistic that you can get your money back from Puff Pack The Economist? It can often be extremely difficult and frustrating trying to get the money back once Puff Pack The Economist has taken them from your account.
Your bank might not want to do a chargeback, and neither should you
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:
- There is no guarantee that your bank will follow through on the chargeback, leaving you without refund
- It can be difficuelt getting your bank to agree to make a chargeback in the first place
- Your bank might require that you provide documentation that you dont have
- 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)
- Your bank might impose a fee that you will have to pay
We can help you get your money back
In most cases, we typically manage to get customers their money back from Puff Pack The Economist within 3-4 days. We know the process and have dealt with Puff Pack The Economist before. If you want we can help get your money back for a fee of 5 EUR. You only pay once we actually manage to get your money back you have been charged from Puff Pack The Economist back into your account. That’s no cure, no pay!
If you want us to get started on getting your money back from Puff Pack The Economist, then just fill out the form below and we will start the process: