Ramano’s Pizza Philadelphia Pennsylvania

Complaint: Around the end of Nov 2010 and early December 2010 someone from that pizza store took my credit card information and used it to make purchased on my account. They almost stole $700.? dollars had it been for me canceling out my card. By me canceling my credit card out the charges that were on temporary hold in the sum of $500.00 went back into my account. The charges that had posted in the amount of $246.? I had to dispute through my bank in order to get reimbursed. I hope they catch the person or persons who are stealing customers information. They need to be prosecuted!! It’s wrong to steal other peoples hard earned money that they worked for. I know it’s someone from that store who is using customers information to make purchases because they are the only one’s that I have given my information to in order to feed my children. There was clearly a lesson that I have learned out of this. Never Give A Pizza Store Your Credit Card Information!!!! From now on I will make sure I have cash on me if I choose to order out for my children. One thing for sure and two things for certain..I Will Never Order Food From That Store Again As Long As I Live!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Tags: Pizza & Take Out

Address: 2901 N. 5th St. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania United States of America

Website: PO Box 45757

Phone: 2152283036

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