• Report: #1128892

Complaint Review: Nascar ONMC

  • Submitted: Thu, March 06, 2014
  • Updated: Fri, March 07, 2014

  • Reported By: Caligirl95670 — Rancho Cordova California
Nascar ONMC
Matthews, North Carolina USA

Nascar ONMC I order what is advertised as a "FREE" bracelet of my favorite Nascar driver which I received but, how did a "FREE" item turn into a hidden charge of $77.00 charged on my debit & how are they able to charge me something on my card WITHOUT my consent? !?! RIPOFF! !! Matthews North Carolina

*Consumer Comment: How did they charge your card?

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I sent away for what was advertised as a "FREE" bracelet of my favorite Nascar driver & that  "FREE" bracelet has now turned into a $77.00 bracelet!!!

I would never have expected such a fun, family-friendly organization such as Nascar to do something like this to their loyal fans! 

Shame on you Nascar!!!

 

 


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#1 Consumer Comment

How did they charge your card?

AUTHOR: FloridaNative - ()

Did you provide your card number at any time during the order process? I agree that it is bait and switch to present an item as a free item and then charge you for it. However, how in the world did they get your card number? If you entered a card number, then you know for sure that you will be charged. If they said they were only going to charge you $X and instead charged you a much larger amount, then that is mispresentation. Contact your card servicer right away and have the charge reversed for the amount of the overcharge. I suspect that there was a disclaimer somewhere on the website that you missed.

Next time someone offers an item or service for "free" and they also require a credit/debit card number: Don't order the item or service, your card will be charged. Remember, there is no such thing as a free lunch.

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