Report: #65150

Complaint Review: AOL*NETMARKET

  • Submitted: Sat, August 02, 2003
  • Updated: Sat, August 02, 2003
  • Reported By: Claysburg Pennsylvania

AOL*NETMARKET ripoff Internet

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On May 31 AOL*netmarket charged my visa check card on the amount of 79.99 for a service I had canceled. When I called about this I was told that yes, my service was canceled. I had to call back 3 times before I found someone who would talk to me in a sensible way. This lady tried to tell me I had two accounts, and only canceled one of them. I told her she was as nutty as a fruit cake and that I had to call in twice, once in September, and once in October to cancel.

I then called again in December, 2002 to be sure this service was canceled and was assured that it was. On May 31, 2003 my visa check card was charged for the 79.99. I have not been able to get my money refunded as of yet, however, I am filing charges with the PA Attorney General Office. Incidently, my daughter had the same problem, and filed with the Attorney General Office and AOL finaly refunded her money.

Claysburg, Pennsylvania

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