- Report: #704341
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Complaint Review: ProFlowers.com & IC-Free Shipping.com
ProFlowers.com & IC-Free Shipping.comInternet United States of America
ProFlowers.com & IC-Free Shipping.com Signed me up for fraudulant charges on my credit card unknowingly. Internet
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BEWARE of the membership to FreeShipping.com
When ordering flowers from ProFlowers.com you will be enticed to click on a free shipping coupon. Accepting this coupon enrolls you in a membership to IC-freeshipping.com.
IC-freeshipping.com obtains account information from ProFlowers, and without notification, charges your credit card account a monthly membership. Approx. $13 month.
The transaction was on my credit card statement I had a phone number for IC-freeshipping.com. I called them, proflowers and my credit card company; my credit card company is removing the charges and deleting my present card and blocking ic-freeshiping from my account. Proflowers and ic-freeshipping denied sharing my account information; they stated that I had to enter it. I did not! I asked them to review their websites and change this deceptive phishing scheme!
I will never use proflowers again and have advised everyone I know to do the same.
Freeshipping is a total SCAM!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/08/2011 07:51 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/ProFlowerscom-IC-Free-Shippingcom/internet/ProFlowerscom-IC-Free-Shippingcom-Signed-me-up-for-fraudulant-charges-on-my-credit-ca-704341. 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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