FTC Returns Money to People Charged for Bogus Website Visits
The FTC is sending out an additional round of checks to consumers in the J.K. Publications, Inc. case. The FTC sued J.K. Publications, Inc. for illegally charging people’s credit and debit cards for supposed visits to adult websites. People saw charges under the names “Netfill,” “N-Bill,” “MJD Service Corp,” and “Webtel.” The defendants bought access to account numbers for more than 3 million valid Visa and MasterCard credit cards from a California bank. Rather than use the list to confirm that potential customers had valid cards, the defendants debited the cards for website services the cardholders didn’t use.
If you received a check, please cash it within 60 days.
The FTC mailed over 210,000 checks to people who previously received and cashed refund checks from this case.
If you have questions about your refund, please feel free to call the FTC's refund administrator at 1-877-670-0862. Only recorded information is available at this time. This is temporary. We will update this website when representatives are available again.