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Report: #418691

Complaint Review: Cylon LLC - Nationwide

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  • Reported By: Chillicothe Ohio
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  • Cylon LLC Nationwide United States of America

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I was having trouble with a download game and thought I would surf the internet for a solution. I came across a web site about games and it asked for my phone number (mistake). My phone rang and there was a text #41463 that I should enter to gain access to the web site. I went into the web site and found nothing pertaining to the game I was having trouble with, so I backed out and found in the fine print at the bottom of the web page that unless I text back to them "stop" I would be billed $9.99 per month for their services. I text back stop and received a text back that my subscription was canceled. The Sprint bill came with a $9.99 charge. How in the world do I stop this monthly charge? If anyone has a solution please contact me by e-mail.

Trish Chillicothe, Ohio
U.S.A.

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#1 Consumer Comment

You Don't even have to go to the website to be ripped-off

AUTHOR: Anonymous - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Saturday, February 14, 2009

Smartphone users should also be aware:

You don't have to go to a website, enter your phone number, and enter a password for them to fraudulently bill you monthly charges.

I received a 4 text in-a-row on my iPhone, and I was driving at the time, so I didn't even look at them. Once parked, I looked at my phone, and the first text said something like:

"Hurry, enter password xxxx for weather alerts"

... then two more texts with weather information ...

then, "Thank you for your registration!"

I NEVER texted back or went to any website or sent any "password".

I was just driving along, minding my own business, and this company added $9.99 to my monthly phone bill without my knowledge.

This should be ILLEGAL, and ATT/T-Mobile and the rest should be held accountable for this!

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