Report: #1455448

Complaint Review: wealthyaffiliate.com - Internet

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  • Reported By: Jose — san diego United States
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wealthyaffiliate.com wealthyaffiliate.com stole $19 from me

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On july 22 signed up for free to wealthyaffiliate.com. On the wealthyaffiliate.com i kept getting prompted to pay $19 for wealthyaffiliate premium. the $19 was going to be for the first month, subsequent months it was going to be $49. I went ahead and paid the $19, but wealthy affiliate never upgraded me to premium.

I waited a day before contacting them, this guy just kept giving me the run around. After several emails on different days to  team A (wealthyaffiliate) I went ahead and ended my subscrition to wealthyaffiliate.com since I realized they are a bunch of scammers out to steal peoples money. Wealthyaffiliate.com is ripping people off. I paid the $19 and got nothing for that money I paid to them.

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