Do Not Allow Sears Access to Your Checking Account - Unauthorized Charges
Sears has charged me a total of $332.18 for $83.83 worth of merchandise.I placed an order for $219.37 via PayPal with Sears.com.
The order amount was immediately charged to my checking account but part of the order was cancelled by Sears. Instead of refunding the remaining balance left of the original order, Sears put another charge against my account for $83.83. This amount was for the items that were actually shipped. The original $219.37 is still pending against my account and I found out there is yet another pending charge for $28.98.
This has totally screwed up my checking account and in the meantime Sears is causing my money to be tied up indefinitely. I have been over charged by more than $248.00 and I haven't gotten a reasonable explanation at all.
There is no reason for Sears to continue to access my checking account when I've only authorized ONE transaction.Once the added transaction for $28.98 posts to my account it will be overdrawn.