- Report: #650299
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Complaint Review: TLG*Great Fun
TLG*Great Fun6 highridge place norwalk,, Connecticut United States of America
TLG*Great Fun fraud, scammed, and illegally charged an unauthorized membership, 4 time totalying $155.96 TG*Great Fun, Connecticut
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When she got on the phone, she basically said the same thing. I told her that I was being illegally charged for something I didn't authorized. She then told me that they had sent a package to me with information in it. I never received any package nor have I received any future mail in regards to their business. If They were a discount house, then I should be receiving mail from them with discount material. She told me that the package was not sent back as return to sender. I asked her to send me proof of my authorization, and the address of her company. She kept asking me why I need the address. I told her I would like to know what exactly I supposably authorized and what is the company address from where you do business. She made it sound like there was more than one address. I finally did get an address from her: TLG Great Fun, 6 Highridge Park,
I mentioned that a refund is due to me for 4 payments of $38.99 totally $155.96. She said they would credit my credit card for $18.42. I told her that was not acceptable.She discontinue conversation with me by saying that I authorized for membership in October 2009. Your request for cancellation will be processed and a refund will be applied to your credit card.
I disengaged our conversation and started to browse the internet in regards to this company and came across numerous complaints against this company. (((link redacted)))
I couldn't believe how many people were being fraudulently scammed. Thee were many postings and many other businesses involved. You have Orbit, an affiliate, A movie cinema who tries to sign people up for discount services, Air Trans Airlines,. Another person booked a hotel and was told they got a free membership discount service but was charged $11.00. Another signed up online for classmates.com and was told that she signed up for a membership at Great Fun and she should have got a membership card and a package with tons of discounts, but she didn't and was stuck for 8 mths of membership fees. Another person signed up for classmates.com and the same happened to her. Another was told when they used Hotwire, they were offered a $20 discount for something at the end of the sale, and that automatically signed them up for the TLG "service".
The list goes on and on and the companies involved go on and on. I believe something definately needs to be done to this fraudulant scamming company. I am a disabled person living on a disability and Great Fun just goes on scamming people every day. Let alone you don't even get their discount page in the mail. They should be prosecuted and thrown in jail. I am going to continue to get my $155.96. I know it doesn't seem much to some but in my case, I could really use it toward medical, perscriptions, monthly bills, even weekly food. I hope you will consider my case. Thank you in advance for your help.
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