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Complaint Review: Reservation Rewards - Internet

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  • Reported By: Laura — Brandon Florida United States of America
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  • Reservation Rewards Internet United States of America

Reservation Rewards $12 Another Company Ripping Us Off Internet

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After glancing at my debit card statement, I noticed a $12 charge from "Reservation Rewards" along with an 800 number. I called, and the first option was to "press 1" to ask about your account or dispute charges. 
Instantly, that was a red flag. I asked the nice Indian lady to cancel my account and refund my $12. It seemed too easy! 
Yet I asked how they got my credit card number, and she explained (as if she had a script) how I went to such and such website last month, bought movie tickets, and entered my credit card information to sign up for Reservation Rewards. 
I told her I had never even heard of this company and would never sign up for it. While she was pleasant, I have to say that this is a terrible way to steal people's money. Come on, people! 

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