I accessed a three-month trial membership to My Life.com on 3/19/11. The My Life website also offered a "FREE" 7-day trial membership to Savings Ace, an online company that would give discounts on products. I innocently agreed to try Savings Ace for seven days. On the 7th day, 3/26/11, Savings Ace billed my checking account for $19.95 for the next months services. Now that I've cancelled my Savings Ace membership, Savings Ace refuses to refund the $19.95 on the grounds that I didn't cancel within the first seven days.
In the end, I'm paying them $19.95 for a "Free" 7-day trial membership. I am appalled that I fell for yet another scam, and that MY LIFE would participate in such a scam. All of these super-offers make you check a box to prove that you've read their "terms, agreements, and privacy policies. They then place said terms, etc., in an inaccessible place on the website, and word them so incoherently that it's hard to complete the reading of them. THESE ACTIONS MUST BE STOPPED!