Fraud and No Response from Company – Web Transaction Services, Inc of Austin, TX has been making unauthorized and continuing deduction of $29.95 per month from my personal checking account in Washington State. It is UNKNOWN how long this theft has been occurring, but at least four months I recently discovered that $29.95 has been deducted from my checking account every month since AT LEAST April, 2019 (online record only available for past 120 days). Nevertheless, this fraud for just the past four months is roughly $120 and it is quite likely it's much more. This is pure theft. No charges were ever ever allowed. I contacted Web Transaction Services in 2010 and clearly told them that they were not authorized to deduct any money from my account. I only recently realized that the $29.95 per month charges were continuing. I didn't recognize "WTS $29.95" on my bank statement. After researching it, I discovered it's a internet porn site that has a well documented history of identity theft and fraud. I am disabled and depend on Social Security benefits; every dime that is stolen is very much a loss to me. Please help. | Web Transaction Services should have accurate record of all money deducted from my checking account. This business must return ALL money deducted from any and all bank accounts in my name. I cancelled all services related to WTS over a year ago. I have NEVER received any service of product from WTS or it's affiliates in over one year. I contacted WTS in 2010 and they assured me that by cancelling I would NEVER have to pay any additional fees, also that the monthly fee would never again be deducted from my accounts. This is bank fraud and has been happening without my knowledge or consent for a very long time. | WTS has only contacted me to tell me they will not disclose any information without a subpeona. | If you're a victim, please contact the Better Business Bureau of Austin, TX. As of this date they have received 24 complaints regarding Web Transaction Services. I'm confindent that there are many, many more victims. Please contact the BBB and if you can also contact the Texas Attorney General, Federal Trade Commission and FBI-Internet Crimes Division. All of these agencies have online complaint forms. You may also want to contact the Attorney General-Consumer Affairs in your state.