Report: #137066

Complaint Review: AP9*Connections - Internet Nationwide

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  • Reported By: Bryan Texas
  • AP9*Connections dealpass.com Nationwide U.S.A.

AP9*Connections, MWI Connections, DealPass Unauthorized billing Nationwide

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After puchasing tickets from Travelosity.com I noticed an offer to save $20 on my next ticket. Being in the military, I travel home as often as I can and this looked like a good deal. Unfortunately, what they didn't tell me was that the $20 was for signing up for a free trial of something called DealPass. The free trial was only 1 month, but they said that if I had not wanted the membership, then I had to call them and cancel it before the free trial ended. I ended up being charged $9.95 per month for 5 months without the benifit of the service, because I didn't know that I had it. I was able call 877-234-1336 and cancel the membership without much of a hassle, but I am still out the $50.

Bryan, Texas

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