I noted two charges on my credit card bill for SEK 14,95 and SEK 749,95, equating to some $80.
References were made to DAILYPLANN* and I subsequently found an e-mail in my spam-box, welcoming me to my subscription at www.dailyplaning.net
Note that the "company" on that site calls itself Daily Planning (correct spelling of 'planning'') whereas the website address has an incorrect spelling of 'planning'.
The amounts charged correspond to their quoted "Pricing by country"
The contact telephone number instructs the caller to use the on-line form to get in contact
Refund of stolen money and legal action against the fraudsters
Got a SMS link to fake Finnish postal service tracking web site (http://6jx.us/UYId1 redirecting to https://www.support1.supportie...) asking for a fee of 2 EUR to be paid for postal fees. That page links to dailyplaning.net's subscription order page that starts a monthly subscription of 70€Show more...
Take down the fraud site.