What is anc*newspapers.com 877 ut usa?

The credit card charge ANC*NEWSPAPERS.COM 877 UT USA was first recorded on May 26, 2015. It has been flagged as suspicious by our users.

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Joanna Hunte on October 02, 2015

I thought it was something to do with ancestry . com, BUT I NEVER SUBSCRIBED TO IT> I will not be paying it as i never ever use ancestry.co NOR newspapers.

anc*newspaper.com on December 12, 2015

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Anc*Newspapers.com on March 02, 2016

This charge was for a subscription to a service that allows genealogists to use the internet to view a vast number of old newspapers, finding obituaries, weddings, social columns, and all sorts of printed material which might add information about the individuals whom they are researching. We have had it only for a short while and are delighted with what we've seen.

Harry Piels on April 09, 2016

I took a trial subscription to a site that advertised that they have newspaper archives . I was trying to find information on relatives to supplement Ancestry.com. They billed me once for about $7.00 and I contacted them to cancel. I never got confirmation, so I told my credit union to deny any further payment.

Brian on May 16, 2016

I was looking for old newspaper clippings. This site somehow got my card information and wiped my account out. I had to call my bank to file a claim. They automatically canceled my debit card. Had to wait 9-10 business days to get my money back.

Vince mcclurg on June 02, 2016

Stop charging me..I no longer can use the app anymore.

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