Report: #1498899

Complaint Review: chegg.com -

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  • Reported By: Burgundi — North Las Vegas United States
  • chegg.com United States

chegg.com Fraudulently charged me $100 for a service I cancelled and never signed up for.

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I completely understand. if there was more that I could refund I would. You are 
tHITht This company fraudulently charged me since April. I called and cancelled the service and they told me I would not be charged further. The continued to charge me. For a grand total of $100. They refunded me $60 but refused to bay me back my other $40 because they said the system does not allow them to credit more then three months. I know that there is a way to refund.

They refused which is not okay. I tried to work with them on it and they just refused to give me all mony funds back I cancelled this because I never signed up for this service to began with. I am not happy at all and want to the rest of my refund of the other $40. DO NOT USE THIS SERVICE GUYS THEY WILL GET YOUR PAYMENT INFORMATION AND CHARGE YOU!  

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