My latest credit card statement arrived 12/21/07. Luckily, despite the holiday frenzy, I opened it and looked it over on 12/26. There were 2 charges from this company, one for $9.95 and the other for $34.95, dated 11/15 and 11/23. I didn't recognize them and searched my records to see if I might have ordered any gifts that totaled those amounts at around those dates. Nothing. When I called 888-205-2644 for GPNETHELP.COM, I learned that the charges were for a trial subscription to Fling.com (for $9.95) and, 8 days later, a regular subscription to Fling.com (for $34.95). These were a shock! I insisted they were not my charges. The company rep asked me if anyone else in the household could have used my card. I insisted it was impossible. Finally, he told me he would reverse both charges and cancel the subscription. I thanked him and called my credit company again, reporting that the charges were fraudulent and asking that they cancel my card # and issue a new one. I also insisted that they not pay those fraudulent charges and said I was disputing them in case the company did not follow through with their promise to reverse them. The card rep directed me to call my issuing bank as well. The bank rep asked me to put my dispute of the 2 charges in writing, which I did. I searched online, found a posting here and realized I'm not the only victim of fraudulent charges associated with this company! While I don't know where the fraud originates, I'm concerned that is occurring during the holiday, when many people charge gifts and billing services may have unfamiliar names. Ripoff artists could take advantage of this, thinking they'll slip in under the radar, and customers who don't examine their statements could be out $$$.