I was shopping on Amazon & a pop-up asked if I would take part in a short survey & they would give me a free gift. I thought the survey was for Amazon. I had my choice of a watch, earrings, or a necklace. I chose the necklace since it matched a pair of earrings I have already. I was just supposed to pay shipping and handling ($3.99) which I figured was close to what the necklace would cost at any discount store. If I order anything on line, I always print the paper work. But they never emailed it to me like they promised. When I received my credit card bill today, 2 weeks after the necklace, it was $98. I called them up and they said that they would not give me my money back, but they would remove me from the list of people that they continually charge every month. [continued below]....
..... They said I had not called in time. I told her that I had received the bill today! They told me that I had not read the "fine print". I was livid and told them I was calling my credit card company but the girl was not swayed. I am sure she gets these calls all day long. I am also calling Amazon to find out why they let these scammers do their dirty work on Amazon's web site. I am on SS Disability and cannot afford to be ripped off like this. Nobody should be ripped off like this!!!
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