- Associated Press - Friday, September 18, 2015

SACO, Maine (AP) - A Mainer who received unauthorized credit charges after visiting Donald Trump’s campaign website isn’t alone.

The Republican front-runner’s spokeswoman told WMTW-TV that the campaign experienced a glitch with a third-party payment provider and that money is being refunded to accounts.

Heather Nason of Saco says her husband was one of the affected customers. Nason said her husband browsed the online store on Trump’s campaign website and entered his payment information before deciding against making a purchase. She said a series of unauthorized charges appeared on her husband’s bank statement days later.

She said they contacted their bank and the campaign.

Hope Hicks, campaign spokeswoman, says any multiple charges that occurred are being fully refunded. She says the campaign is reaching out to customers who were affected.



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