Report: #1179661

Complaint Review: Livecareer - Internet

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  • Reported By: Cori — Oregon
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  • Livecareer Internet USA

Livecareer Live Career Livecareer www.livecareer.com Livecareer.com ripped me off. This company are merely theives and scam artists, whose aim is to prey on the unemployeed and indebted college grads. Cancelling the service doesn't end the charges. You must request a STOP PAYMENT WITH YOUR BANK! Seriously horrible practices! End up paying hundreds for this if you don't catch the charges right away and let your banking institution know. Internet

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Don't use this service at livecareer.com.

They will get you in the end. It will cost more than hiring a professional to write a resume for you.

This company ripped me off over the internet, by adding me to a subscription automatically charging me 34.95 a month ongoing until the end of time.


Even though, I cancelled they charges kept on going through. Eventually I have to contact my bank and change my card numbers and put in a stop payment request to keep them from stealing from me.


Don't even think about giving them your card information.



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