• Report: #196013

Complaint Review: ClassMates.com And Wli Reservation Rewards

  • Submitted: Mon, June 12, 2006
  • Updated: Sun, December 02, 2007

  • Reported By:Long Beach California
ClassMates.com And Wli Reservation Rewards
classmates.com Internet U.S.A.

ClassMates.com And Wli Reservation Rewards ClassMates, and WLI Travel steals your CC Number and charges you Ripoff Internet

*Consumer Comment: class action

*Consumer Comment: class action

*Consumer Comment: class action

*Consumer Comment: class action

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I believe that this is one of many posts about this same rip-off. Basically when you sign up to classmates.com, you are automatically enrolled into theis Travel service for $9 a month, without you knowing it.

They say that you selected and chose to use their service, but in fact, you never do, so they say "Well that is the only way you could have signed up, and Neener Neener, you are screwed." But that is one big fat lie. We never signed up to it. So they stole 8 months or $72 of our money and the CC Banks won't go back that far to dispute, so always read your CC statements and anything that sounds wierd, call up on it, even if it turns out to be a real charge that you forgot about.

Mark
Long Beach, California
U.S.A.

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#1 Consumer Comment

class action

AUTHOR: Stewart - (U.S.A.)



Unauthorized Credit Card Charges by Webloyalty.com for Reservation Rewards Program

Many consumers have been charged by Webloyalty.com for memberships in the Reservation Rewards program without authorization. Consumers are mislead by deceptive pop-up screens or advertisements presented during the check-out phase of an on-line purchase, often in the form of a coupon for an amount off your next purchase. The pop-up or ad does not properly disclose that by signing up for the coupon the consumer is also signing up for the Reservation Rewards program with a recurring charge of $9 to $11.

Consumers are often first alerted to the membership when they spot a recurring monthly charge on their credit card bill from WLI*RESERVATION REWARDS. Webloyalty.com and the Reservation Rewards program have a history of complaints concerning deceptive marketing and selling strategies, unauthorized charges on consumers' credit cards, and non-cancellation of memberships following cancellation requests. In addition to deceiving people into membership, many consumers complain that Webloyalty.com makes it extremely difficult to cancel membership. Even after cancellation, consumers are often still charged fees.

You should check your credit card and bank statements for suspicious charges. If you have been charged by Webloyalty.com, WLI*RESERVATION REWARDS or for the Reservation Rewards program, please contact us by clicking here.

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#2 Consumer Comment

class action

AUTHOR: Stewart - (U.S.A.)



Unauthorized Credit Card Charges by Webloyalty.com for Reservation Rewards Program

Many consumers have been charged by Webloyalty.com for memberships in the Reservation Rewards program without authorization. Consumers are mislead by deceptive pop-up screens or advertisements presented during the check-out phase of an on-line purchase, often in the form of a coupon for an amount off your next purchase. The pop-up or ad does not properly disclose that by signing up for the coupon the consumer is also signing up for the Reservation Rewards program with a recurring charge of $9 to $11.

Consumers are often first alerted to the membership when they spot a recurring monthly charge on their credit card bill from WLI*RESERVATION REWARDS. Webloyalty.com and the Reservation Rewards program have a history of complaints concerning deceptive marketing and selling strategies, unauthorized charges on consumers' credit cards, and non-cancellation of memberships following cancellation requests. In addition to deceiving people into membership, many consumers complain that Webloyalty.com makes it extremely difficult to cancel membership. Even after cancellation, consumers are often still charged fees.

You should check your credit card and bank statements for suspicious charges. If you have been charged by Webloyalty.com, WLI*RESERVATION REWARDS or for the Reservation Rewards program, please contact us by clicking here.

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#3 Consumer Comment

class action

AUTHOR: Stewart - (U.S.A.)



Unauthorized Credit Card Charges by Webloyalty.com for Reservation Rewards Program

Many consumers have been charged by Webloyalty.com for memberships in the Reservation Rewards program without authorization. Consumers are mislead by deceptive pop-up screens or advertisements presented during the check-out phase of an on-line purchase, often in the form of a coupon for an amount off your next purchase. The pop-up or ad does not properly disclose that by signing up for the coupon the consumer is also signing up for the Reservation Rewards program with a recurring charge of $9 to $11.

Consumers are often first alerted to the membership when they spot a recurring monthly charge on their credit card bill from WLI*RESERVATION REWARDS. Webloyalty.com and the Reservation Rewards program have a history of complaints concerning deceptive marketing and selling strategies, unauthorized charges on consumers' credit cards, and non-cancellation of memberships following cancellation requests. In addition to deceiving people into membership, many consumers complain that Webloyalty.com makes it extremely difficult to cancel membership. Even after cancellation, consumers are often still charged fees.

You should check your credit card and bank statements for suspicious charges. If you have been charged by Webloyalty.com, WLI*RESERVATION REWARDS or for the Reservation Rewards program, please contact us by clicking here.

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#4 Consumer Comment

class action

AUTHOR: Stewart - (U.S.A.)



Unauthorized Credit Card Charges by Webloyalty.com for Reservation Rewards Program

Many consumers have been charged by Webloyalty.com for memberships in the Reservation Rewards program without authorization. Consumers are mislead by deceptive pop-up screens or advertisements presented during the check-out phase of an on-line purchase, often in the form of a coupon for an amount off your next purchase. The pop-up or ad does not properly disclose that by signing up for the coupon the consumer is also signing up for the Reservation Rewards program with a recurring charge of $9 to $11.

Consumers are often first alerted to the membership when they spot a recurring monthly charge on their credit card bill from WLI*RESERVATION REWARDS. Webloyalty.com and the Reservation Rewards program have a history of complaints concerning deceptive marketing and selling strategies, unauthorized charges on consumers' credit cards, and non-cancellation of memberships following cancellation requests. In addition to deceiving people into membership, many consumers complain that Webloyalty.com makes it extremely difficult to cancel membership. Even after cancellation, consumers are often still charged fees.

You should check your credit card and bank statements for suspicious charges. If you have been charged by Webloyalty.com, WLI*RESERVATION REWARDS or for the Reservation Rewards program, please contact us by clicking here.

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