I went online to find a company that I could download mp3 music they advertised that I could download mp3 music for free, but when I went to the website they said it cost $4.95 for 3 days use of their website to download music.
So it was cheap enough so I signed up and of course gave them my email address and credit card # which they required. I understood this because they needed to take to $4.95 for the membership fee.The confirmation page I printed had the name megadownloadspass, two other websits were also listed as customer support;http://member.vipbookmark.com/, and http://members.discountvideopass.com.
But every time I tried to download the music they would connect me to another page requiring another $29.95 for movie downloads. I didn't want them so I would back out of that page and go back and try to download music again. Each time the I was connected to this movie download page.
Then I tried to contact them, there was no phone # of course just a place where I could email my complaint and supposedly someone was going to contact me about my technical problems. Of course no one ever contacted me, and I was never able to download anything off of their website. I told them I wanted my money back or I would turn them in to authorities.
A few days later the bank called about a possible fraudulent charge to my account. It was for $29.95, I was pissed, I declined the charge and the recording said they would be putting a freeze on my card so no other fraudulent charges could be taken from my account. When I went online to my bank account to see the activity they had been pulling out $0.01 or $1.00, and other little ones like this totaling $6.93 before they tried to pull out the $29.95.
The company name they used that showed up on my statement was totally different that the original www.beemp3.com, there were two different names they used. The small transactions were under the name Billaid4you.com which I found out was just a payment receiving company that had no connection with the actual fraudulent comp. The company name they used when the tried to take the $29.95 was Echargescs.com and no one could ever be reached with the # they listed. The recording always ended up saying that all of their representatives were busy and try back later. All I could do was notify my bank that those charges were fraudulent also, and file report with Better Business Bureau.