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Report: #1509239

Complaint Review: Woman Within -

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  • Reported By: Lorraine — Land O Lakes United States
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  • Woman Within United States

Woman Within Withdrew 14.95 monthly after I placed an order

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I placed an order for 2 shirts for 44.83 on April 28, 2021.  I remember after doing the order and then paying via PayPal, I got in a loop situation where I had to say Yes to join their Rewards program.  I had no desire to do this but couldn't leave without. 

I had spend time picking out these shirts and I had already done payment so was afraid of aborting out of the session.  Little did I know that my joining the Rewards program they would take 14.95 out of my PayPal account every month and for what?  For nothing!  I caught it after 2 months and it has been cancelled.  Request for refund met with no response.  Doesn't appear to be a very reputable company.

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