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Federal Fair Credit Billing Act
If you're charged for something you didn't order, you must notify your credit card provider in writing in accordance with its reporting rules and procedures and the federal Fair Credit Billing Act. Under the act, if you find such a mistake on your bill, you must send a written letter to the creditor within 60 days after the first bill containing the error was mailed to you. Consumer advocates recommend you send the letter by certified mailing with a return receipt request, so you have proof of the mailing date.