I went to the local mall for a facial and nails. I was charged $100. I gave them my card and they printed a receipt with that amount on it. I signed it. 2 days later I was checking my account. I noticed that payment was pending as well as another payment for TWICE that amount. The next morning, when the business opened, I called them. They stated that their employee accidentally refunded my account the first amount so they had to charge me double. I went back to my account. At this time, the original amount was no longer pending and did NOT go through but a charge for $200 did! I told them this. They said they would look into it but they were "pretty sure" they refunded me $100. I stated they did not. I waited a week and called back. Again, the only thing that had gone through was $200. They said they would take care of it and still haven't. I called my bank. They said that the business sent the original amount for $100 and then 2 days later canceled that and charged $200! Is that legal? I signed a receipt agreeing to $100. How is it they can pull that and charge $200 2 days later? If businesses can do that, then I don't feel safe using credit/debit cards anymore. So now, I have to fill out paperwork at the bank and wait 1-2 months to get my money back.