What should you do if someone you have never heard of sent long distance charges to your Verizon account and you believe it is a scam?
Contact Verizon and tell them you have noticed some unauthorized
charges on your account. If they won't help you, first try to talk
to a supervisor. If the supervisor won't help you, contact the
credit-card company that you use to pay your Verizon bill and tell
them about the fraudulent charges. Credit-card companies have
numerous protections against fraudulent charges, so they should
help you. Lastly, you may want to check your credit report (you can
get free copies from annualcreditreport.com) to see whether anyone
has opened fraudulent accounts in your name elsewhere.
Why are there itune charges on my credit card account stop the charges or get a valid talk to a live person phone number?
Would an ex-spouse be responsible for credit card debt even though his name was removed from the account and the charges were made after the divorce?
Solve Coloumb's law for distance. Note that you have to have all the other data - the charges, and the forces involved. Solve Coloumb's law for distance. Note that you have to have all the other data - the charges, and the forces involved. Solve Coloumb's law for distance. Note that you have to have all the other data - the charges, and the forces involved. Solve Coloumb's law for distance. Note that you have…
Under the following circumstances the husband cannot file charges against his wife for taking money out of his account: If the wife is a joint account holder in the account If the wife was in possession of the husbands ATM or Debit card when she withdrew money from his account If the wife was in possession of a signed check linked to the husbands bank account If neither of the above conditions are true, then…
The electric force between two charged objects as the distance between them increases and as the magnitudes of their charges increase?
When the magnitude of the charges increase definitely electrostatic force also increases. Because the force is directly proportional to the product of their charges. When the distance between them increases then force decreases because the force is inversely proportional to the square of the distance between the charges.
it states that any two charges separated by a distance experiences one of attraction and repulsionwhose magnitude is directly proportional to the product of the charges and is inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them . let q1 and q2 be the charges seperated by a distance .r square
Yes. The bank has the rights to deduct any fees or transaction charges from the cash balance you have in your account in return for the services availed by you. For Ex: If I do a NEFT funds transfer from my HDFC account to my ICICI Account, HDFC charges me Rs. 5/- as fee for that and deducts it from my account a day or two after I do the NEFT transaction.
If the distance between two charges is halved what happens to the electrostatic force between the two charges?
You and a friend share a checking account. You wrote a check but the account was closed. Can the other person press charges?
Two charges are separated by a distance d If one the charges is doubled while the other is tripled what happens to the force between the charges?
We have to assume that the distance between the charges remains constant, and the answer doesn't depend on the distance. The force between the charges is proportional to the product of the charges. Initial force = constant x (Q1) x (Q2) New force = constant x (2Q1) x (3Q2) = 6 x (Q1) x (Q2) = 6 times the initial force. The direction of the force doesn't change. It's attractive if the charges are of…