Report: #1300088

Complaint Review: livecareer.com - Internet

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  • Reported By: Idris — Houston Texas USA
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  • livecareer.com Internet USA

livecareer.com Subscription cancellation webpage that is deceptive Houston Texas Internet

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They start with a free subscription service which later turns into a 39.99 plan.

This plan further morphs to 12.99 plan when you try to cancel your plan.

You go to there webpage to cancel and hit cancel subscription .

The message says"

No active subscription 

Your account has already been cancelled or is set to expire.  
If you have any further questions, please call us toll free at 1-800-652-8430.  



And to your surprize you still get billed the next month.

You will have to actually call up your bank to dispute the transactions so that they can actually cancel your account.

I would say stay away from these guys ....

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