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I bought 1gg of data and when I went to see my bank account there is 8 transactions what to I do ?

I want my money back



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You have to contact the support for a refund 


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Only support can solve a billing issue. We are users like you here.
I haven't been able to see the chat bubble lately, maybe you will have more luck. If not, they do respond by Facebook messenger within a few hours.

it might be an display issue.

Contact Fizz first and verify your account or credit card history if they are real, then request the refund.

Good luck!

In any case that you have difficulty for the refund, there is always CCTS the behind you!



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Login your Fizz account, check your transaction history. Does it show mulitple payments?


If there is indeed an issue, you need to contact Fizz support.

Open this link during business hours

and click on the green chat bubble (bottom right) to start a chat.

You should wait until the transactions are approuved and really passed on your credit card, it usually takes a 3-4 days. After that, if there really is 8 transactions of course chat with them for a refund!

Did you buy data because your plan has none? I see people here giving data for free most of the time. I would choose this way instead of buying it.