There seems to be light at the end of the long and dark tunnel.
After a month of continuous headaches and running in circles, 800 numbers going out of service mysteriously, recieving emails from their support that apparently doesn't exist if you reply, recieving a phone call from someone connected to eMillionaire and then being hung up on when he didn't like what I had to say and many numerous other instances, I've finally recieved the confirmation I required! Here's the email:
eMillionaire Support to me
show details 11:37 AM (3 minutes ago) Reply
Dear valued customer,
You account has just been refunded, just wait for the amount to be posted to your account in 24hrs time.
Thank you for your patience.
Customer care specialist
Now whether they are ACTUALLY going to refund the money is beyond me but this is what I required to give to my bank in order for them to reverse the charges in case the company didn't. I feel like a huge boulder has been lifted from my shoulders.
I know many of you have experienced what I have in this past month and I hope this information helps you. I posted the number of the mysterious person who called me who said they were from eMillionaire and who hung up on me but I will post it again. Feel free to contact them. I don't think they will answer but it's worth a shot. I called as soon as he hung up on me and it just kept ringing and when I hung up to call again, it was busy for hours. The number is 1-727-535-3708 and it's based in Clearwater, Florida.
I hope some of you others who were scammed into this will find this useful and will be able to get a refund as well. All I did was continued to call them and let them know I would contact the FBI Internet Crime Department, the Federal Trade Commission and the Better Business Bureau if I didn't recieve a refund IMMEDIATELY
Let this be a lesson to all of us.