- Report: #443219
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Emusic.com
Emusic.com Are any lawyers considering this EMUSIC case? Internet
The first step to take when you're scammed by Emusic.com is to cancel your subscription. Clearly, many of us have tried this, but it's not always that simple with Emusic.com...
When I canceled my account last month after having been charged unwittingly for four months I was relieved. Then when I found out today that I have been charged TWICE this month, yet have a DEACTIVATED ACCOUNT and no ability to download more music I became furious.
Why was I charged $11.99 for a month's worth of music downloads and $9.99 for a month's worth of audiobook downloads if my Emusic.com account was deactivated? Why could I not download the items I had been charged that month for? Is this legal? Is Bernie Madoff running this company? How can I be reasonably certain I will not be charged again if I already have canceled my membership and am still being charged?
This is a step beyond Emusic.com's usual "Bait & Switch" and even beyond their shady "radio silence" when it comes to charging your debit/credit cards. This is denial of service and mandatory automatic payment.
Does this, or any complaint made against Emusic.com, have any leg to stand on? Are any lawyers working against this company and for us scammees?
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/13/2009 11:18 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Emusiccom/internet/Emusiccom-Are-any-lawyers-considering-this-EMUSIC-case-Internet-443219. 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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