What amazes me is that all of you - those claiming fraudlant sign-up, etc - have the nerve to give advice and tips on how to defraud the company itself. And yes, that is EXACTLY what you are doing - committing fraud. After all, it is YOUR damm fault for not paying attention to your credit card statement...or worse, you are not paying attention to what you are purchasing over the Internet.
I've been a member of Online Supplier for about a year now and have successfully been using the service to make extra money on top of what I recieve from my full-time job. Coincidentally, I work in customer service as a trainer/supervisor for a call center. It's amazing how many calls we recieve from people like you trying to cheat US out of money just as you all are advising others to do here - when we know these people legitimately signed up and most likely FORGOT they did and now claim WE stole their information because, like most Americans, they don't want to take responsibility for their own actions and stupidity.
You all need to go back to the Online Supplier website - and on websites of other Internet services - and READ the damm conditions of membership. This particular company CLEARLY states the conditions on the home page...then again on the 2nd page of the sign-up BEFORE customers enter their credit card information. Also, the company sends monthly email reminders notifiying of billing - beginning with a welcome email explaining the conditions (yet again) and with the customer service toll-free number to call for questions or concerns. Just like my company does.
And for those of you CLAIMING you never recieved the emails??? Why not read your goddamm credit card statment for once! The descriptor CLEARLY states the toll free number along with an abbreviated name of the company...and who's damm responsibility is it to READ the statements? Not the companies! Besides, can you honestly go to your bank after months and months of being charged and tell them, "It's not my responsibility to read my statements." (You'd be surprised how many times our customer service reps hear this!). If I were a bank representative, I would SERIOUSLY consider cutting off your credit. And banks should consider doing this.
This company, like my own, have nothing to hide. There is nothing deceptive about the sign-ups. YOU need to READ. Pure and simple. After all, Online Supplier's parent company has been in business for 7 years. My company, close to ten years. Do you HONESTLY believe that if our companies were in the act of defrauding people we'd still be in business? Don't you think the FBI or some other law enforcement agency would have found this out by now and shut the operation down and thrown company leaders in prison for fraud LONG before the years have past?
Don't be so stupid. Take responsibility for YOUR actions.
New Orleans, Louisiana