Report: #243592

Complaint Review: REUNION.COM

  • Submitted: Wed, April 11, 2007
  • Updated: Wed, April 11, 2007
  • Reported By: Other Utah
    12100 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 150
    Los Angeles, California


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I have spent the last month contacting the numerous times to dispute an unauthorized $36.00 PayPal charge to renew an annual subscription. I have received NO response and NO refund. The following is a chronology of my efforts:

February 2: I logged into my account and disabled the auto-renew feature. Effective March 15, my prior subscription should have expired.

February 22: I log into my account to verify my settings again. This time, I printed my profile to show the expiration date as 3/15/2007. Clearly, I must have sensed was going to scam me!

March 15: I unexpectedly receive an invoice from PayPal for $36 on behalf of I immediately forward the email to (per the invoice instructions) to dispute the charge.

March 20: I followed-up with another email by forwarding the March 15 email with an additional reminder.

March 29: I log into and submit yet another dispute. I receive a generic auto-reply stating I should be contacted within 3 business days.

April 5: I visit the Better Business Bureau site and see has an F rating for deceptive business practices and poor response to customer complaints. I lodge a formal complaint.

I respond to the auto-reply expressing my extreme displeasure with

I contact my bank to inquire about consumer protections or other recourse I may have against this unauthorized transaction.

April 7: I receive a response from my bank advising me to visit any branch and complete paperwork to dispute the charge. File dispute with them.

I started out polite. But it got me absolutely no where. Now, I have publicly posted comments on to warn others about my experience. I will continue to do so to help protect other consumers. If I can dissuade one person a day from joining, I will cost the company over $13,000 this year! I bet they will wish they had given me my measily $36 refund!

Why does offer the option to disable auto-renew, if the company ignores it and charges me anyway? It is very unfortunate consumers have to resort to drastic measures in order to get to conduct business in an ethical manner.

I want a refund for the unauthorized renewal of my membership! For all others reading this: Caveat Emptor - Buyer Beware!

Other, Utah
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