- Report: #1086685
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Complaint Review: Yodle
Yodle50 W 23rd Street New York City, New York USA
Yodle stole money New York City New York
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Hello, my name is Bethany. My husband, Andrew and I own a wedding videography company located in Washington, PA. This is our first year so we are trying our best to get our name out there and do as much adverting as possible.
Three months ago, Andrew and I hired Yodle to help market and adverstise our company. We signed a three month agreement/contract with Yodle. The representative told us that we do not have to renew three months later if we do not get bookings. In the 3 months that we hired Yodle, we have not had any new business from clients, received many unrelated and unwanted phone calls, and had no control over how our business was being advertised. We were in no way looking to renew our agreement with Yodle once the three month agreement was up. In fact, we were pretty upset on how much we spent on Yodle. On September 16th, we saw that Yodle took out $599. [continued below]....
My questions to you are: Is it illegal to take out money from the client's business bank account without telling the client first? Is it illegal for Yodle to renew the contract without telling us?
Thank you so much for your time, it is greatly appreciated!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/23/2013 01:50 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Yodle/New-York-City-New-York-10010/Yodle-stole-money-New-York-City-New-York-1086685. 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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