- Report: #318852
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Marks Enterprise - Rapid Business Growth - Forex - Nick Marks
Marks Enterprise - Rapid Business Growth - Forex - Nick Marks2390 Crenshal Blvd #257 Torrance, California U.S.A.
MarksEnterprise - Rapid Business Growth - Forex - Nick Marks Charged my credit card for a recurring monthly subscription after I ordered a FREE DVD (S&H only) Torrance California
On 2-25-08 I received an email from MarksEnterprises titled "Recurring Billing Notification . . ." and staing "As per your instruction, we have charged your credit card . . ." I was charged $47.95.
I wasn't expecting any further product and hadn't received anything additional at that point.
On 3-5-08, he sent an email apologizing about slowness in delivering the free DVDs. No mention was made of recurring mailings.
On 3-13-08 I received the second DVD and magazine that I was billed for on 2-25-08.
I sent MarksEnterprise an email letting them know that I want a refund for the 2-25-08 charge and that I do not want to receive any more. I let them know that I live on a fixed income and would never have knowlingly ordered a recurring product costing $48 a month.
If this goes smoothly, I will post a comment to that effect. If not, I will update the post with what transpired next.
New Freedom, Pennsylvania
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/17/2008 09:34 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Marks-Enterprise-Rapid-Business-Growth-Forex-Nick-Marks/Torrance-California-90501/MarksEnterprise-Rapid-Business-Growth-Forex-Nick-Marks-Charged-my-credit-card-for-a-318852. 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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