- Report: #903592
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Complaint Review: Gary Ambrose
Gary AmbroseInternet United States of America
Gary Ambrose MemberSpring After signing, the $ 91 fee had grown to $ 291. After setting up Ok, I had to take time out and asked for a refund (I believed 60days) Refused, I re-instated. Later the account is barred and a new per Internet
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I set up the system, chose a domain name and hosting (very expensive hosting it seemed to me), and started getting into it.
Unfortunately I have mentally handicapped twins sons who area lot of work. Several weeks passed and it seemed that I would not have time to spare, so I asked for a refund, which was refused (30 days was now quoted). My account had been de-activated when I asked for the refund but I said that I would carry on with it, and it was reactivated.
I did some more work on it and was again side-tracked by a death in the family (my mother-in-law).
When I did try again, a month or more ago to get into my account and my domain, it was impossible to log-in.
I e-mailed the support address, with no result. I have done this several times since, no reply. My account has been disabled and someone else now has my domain. I have paid $ 291 for this ?
MemberSpring is again being widely advertised. My advice, don't get taken in.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/27/2012 09:10 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Gary-Ambrose/internet/Gary-Ambrose-MemberSpring-After-signing-the-91-fee-had-grown-to-291-After-setting-up-903592. 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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