My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: Wisconsin.
Hello. A receptionist at a salon mistakenly charged my credit card for $6 instead of $60. They called me 5 hours later and either wanted my credit card # over the phone or for me to come in. For security reasons I do not trust my credit card number over the phone. We have all heard the story about staying in a hotel and having the "front desk" call and ask for your credit card info because it didn't run through. Also, I live 14 miles away from the salon (28m roundtrip) which is extra $ out of my pocket considering gas prices. I believe that either the salon needs to send me a copy of the original bill and an invoice before I pay with credit over the phone OR reimburse me the IRS standard mileage of $0.51 per mile for me to drive there. Again, none of this is my fault. What legal leg do I have in this situation?