- Report: #865183
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Complaint Review: experian
experianInternet, North Carolina United States of America
experian cahrged my card for 10 months after checking my credit score one time Internet, North Carolina
*Consumer Comment: Indeed
*Consumer Comment: I'll give you this, there are others like you that can't read and/or comprehend.
*Author of original report: to whom posted response
*Consumer Suggestion: Here's whats on their home page, which when you signed up, you AGREED to...
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They have been charging me $19.95 per month since. The CC company and I called and they said I did not CXL the 7-day trial, that was listed on a disclaimer some where. We requested my account be credite for 10-months and they would only do one month.
At no time did I give them permission to charge my card past the initial purchase. I want my money back and it is time that the CC companies and goverment pass law against the disclaimers that no one reads and companies fall back on as permission to rip off consumers.
Help, it totals $190 dollars. The other company that i referenced earlier had the common sense to credit the charges that were charged based on the same BS disclaimer.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/07/2012 06:00 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/experian/Internet-North-Carolina-/experian-cahrged-my-card-for-10-months-after-checking-my-credit-score-one-time-Internet-865183. 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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