Lets see where to start?
A few months ago I was looking for a loan site I clicked on any site related to loans, I just so happened to stumble upon loan4utoday.com no indication no big letters saying what I was getting myself into, I figured it would be a free site, So I used their matching system and basically that was the biggest mistake I've ever made online in a lifetime.
on 2/27/2013 is when the first unauthorized charge of $30.00 check to my bank was made, I contacted them and I was told to read the agreement on their site, I did.
the agreement was :
When you sign up at the Loan4utoday.com website, you will have the option of enrolling into the Loan4utoday.com Assistance Program. If you enroll into the optional program, Loan4utoday.com will produce an electronic check that will be withdrawn from your bank account for the one-time, non-recurring charge of $30.00 (Thirty-Dollars and Zero Cents).
If you do not get a loan offer for at least $100 within 60 days of enrollment, you may receive a full refund by calling us toll free at 775-200-1525 or by e-mailing us at support@Loan4utoday.com. Your refund will be paid within 14 business days.
So after that I decided not to use their site, and stopped loan searching; and that one payment was my doing for being on their site . But of course more stuff from this site had to surface.
1 month and 24 days later.....
Another check was charged at my bank for $30.00.
Well... what got me very angry is that I am now in -35.00 my overdraft for something I didn't not authorize a second time. This site practically owns my bank account and as far as I know they can take out money from my bank whenever they want even if it breaks their own terms of agreement.
The first charge I thought was a fluke, 2nd charge I have literally lost it and I am out to take this company down even if it means I use every once of my ability to do so. I thought there was no reoccurring payments I just don't understand why they charged me again, I contacted them no answer as of yet, if they don't refund me then that is the last straw.