- Report: #413566
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Complaint Review: Privacy Matters
Privacy Matterswww.privacymatters123.com Nationwide U.S.A.
Privacy Matters - Privacy Matters 1 2 3, Unexpected charge of $19.95 twice per month No City Connecticut
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After speaking with my credit card company, I checked my activity on my card for the current, as yet unbilled, month. And sure enough there are again 2 more unexplained charges fro the same 2 companies; PM Identity and also Privacy Matters, who I later learned are the same company. I renotified my credit card company about these 2 additional unexplained charges, and they asked me to include them on the form that I'll receive from them (credit card company) challenging the costs.
I then decided to call 1 of the 2 1-800 numbers on my credit card by the company charging me these unexplained fees. After a fairly long wait, a lady answered my call. She told me that I registered when I signed up for Classmates. I asked her if it seemed reasonable for me to sign up twice for 1 credit card. At that point she offered to cancel my subscription, which I wasn't even aware that I had done. I told her I didn't really care because the card was cancelled and I was challenging the 4 bogus charges. I was then put on hold.
Do not trust PRIVACY MATTERS and their multiple names.
Castle Rock, Colorado
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/18/2009 01:37 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Privacy-Matters/nationwide/Privacy-Matters-Privacy-Matters-1-2-3-Unexpected-charge-of-1995-twice-per-month-No-Ci-413566. 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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