Q: I dispute a charge on cc and was credited twice. I sent letter and still havent received a bill can they invoice me 2yr
i disputed a charge on my credit card 6 months ago and the company issued me a duplicate credit. This means I was not charged for the service. I sent a certified letter explaining their mistake and informing them to charge me. TO date they still havent charged the credit card for the service. How long do they have to charge me on my credit card and when can I close the account.
If you've received a duplicate credit for a disputed charge, it's responsible to inform the company of their error, which you've done. Generally, there is no set time frame for when a company must correct a billing error; however, they do have the right to correct it once they discover the mistake.
If they haven't re-billed you for the service within a reasonable time, it may be considered an oversight on their part. Closing your credit card account doesn't necessarily absolve you from paying for the service if they later decide to bill you. It's recommended to keep records of your communication with the company.
If you are considering closing the account, you may want to consult with them once more to confirm the status of the charge to avoid any potential misunderstandings or negative repercussions on your credit.
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