- Report: #499499
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Complaint Review: Classmates.com
Classmates.comclassmates.com on the internet Internet United States of America
Classmates.com They gave Privacy Matters ,some company that alledgedly monitors credit reports my credit card number and enrolled me. I was never solicited, notified - my account was charged almost 20.00 two time Classmates.com gave my credit card info to Privacy Matters 123. They charged my debit account almost $20.00, twice. Classmates.com is a total ripoff. Internet
I joined Classmates.com some time ago. It has been a rather worthless internet scam that does not provide what they advertise. They advertise that they connect you with high school friends.
Shortly after I joined Classmates.com, I saw two charges on my bank statement for almost $20.00 each for Privacy Matters 123. When I called the number to ask what this service was, they told me I was enrolled by Classmates.com in their service which is supposed to be credit monitoring. I was not notified that I was enrolled in this business, nor had any indcation that I had the service. I demanded that they credit my account with the charges and cancel this service. I have tried to cancel Classmates.com, but cannot seem to find a contact number or address - everything is totally online.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/23/2009 05:47 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Classmatescom/internet/Classmatescom-They-gave-Privacy-Matters-some-company-that-alledgedly-monitors-credit-re-499499. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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