I am a recent victim to Payment Systems Corporation's bait and switch. I was approached by the sales representative, James Azio, I told him I would not switch but would look at his proposal, he told me I had to sign the paperwork in order to see if I would qualify for the 1 percent rate. I emphatically questioned him that it was not paperwork to switch to his company and he ensured me it wasn't and assured me I would receive no equipment. He left my office and three days later I had five credit card machines in my office. I currently use one.
I talked to a person named Kavin who told me if that they showed me that they would not save me money by switching I could cancel according to their contract which would be about $1600. I told him I would pay no such thing and blocked Payment Systems from withdrawing money from my account. I never heard back from Kavin so I never sent the equipment back because no one would tell me where to send it. This all occurred in July.
Last month on my bank statement we noticed $15,000 withdrawn on 7 different transactions. I immediately looked into it, and found 3 more transactions equalling $15,000 so a total of $30,000 was withdrawn from my account. I tried to get my bank to reverse them but was told I only had 24 hours to do so with these types of transactions. I am the process of trying to remedy all of this but receive no help whatsoever. I keep getting told that I cannot talk to anyone in charge but they would be willing to refund the money first if i decide to process with them and second if I prove to them the money was takend from my account, and the director Chaz has to approve it. When I ask to speak to Chaz I am told he does not speak to customers. I found out his name is Chaz Webb. I am wondering if anyone has gotten a remedy from any of their dealings with payment systems and what course of action to take. Not surprisingly Kavin is gone, James was shocked when I found his cell phone number, and none of them are to willing to negotiate since they already have my money.