From the conversation direction and blandness of their statements, I have the impression that they experience this often. They keep renewing my subscription and charging my card without authorization on a closed account! I signed up for one month and cancelled, or so I thought. Please stop this payment immediately, I did not noticed before. When you select subscribe, your credit card is charged immediately and, unless you resign, your subscription is automatically renewed after your initial subscription period is complete. Now I have to watch my accounts every hour to be sure I catch the fraudulent charges that are probably coming. None seen, so I figured no problem.
Which password are you talking about? Information on service cancellation with is located at: Is There An Early Termination Fee? That non-compliance chargeback information is super helpful! Take that as a threat cause I mean it. I noticed this second purchase two week later and I called match. If you have a problem with a charge you can attempt to contact customer service for a refund. All of us card users suffer the effort of card cancellation and the chase bounced legitimate charges from valid vendors. But i wont hold my breath waiting for that to happen. So, when I realized that Match.
If customers wish to skip the dating charges, it is best to choose the free alternative rather than the paid website. They have ignored my attempts to solve the issues. The options to identify yourself with are too limited to get a decent match. Was asked 2 comment on the date question. But you are right that it is a check your statements lesson.
All emails I have been sending to spam. They were unable to look me up by credit card number, I assume because they no longer have the actual number in their system I have replaced cards at least once in the last 4. Even if you think there isn't enough information on them do it. So maybe you can get 6 months of costs back. There is a class action lawsuit against them for this! Please note that I have never used your website and I did not authorised any such transaction, since discovering this incident, my card has now been cancelled. I have been getting emails from the site and want them to stop. I recieved a user name and password email that I sent to spam.
Thankfully, my credit card company said they would remove the charge and start an investigation into the matter. Again, please issue a refund immediately. In its terms of service, however, is this rather ambiguous language: 2. Simply by replying to the e-mail and saying, for example, sorry, I'm no longer using Match. This has been going on for over 3 years, according to information on the internet, and the problem should have been corrected.
When I noticed the charges to my credit card, I immediately went to Match. I would recommend to anyone who has been ripped off by Match. Anyone know anything about this? Either way, no harm in attempting a chargeback. Furthermore, my husband has passed away and the furtherest thing on my mind is to find a new companion. There was also a fraudulent charge for 66 cents by L D H Construct that the bank said was likely a test run to see if they can make further charges on my bank account. Please add this other company on your list, so that others can watch for them. Now they still charged me and said that I am in Pacific Standard time and they go by Central time and I had missed the deadline.
Also do you only ever access your accounts etc where you would type in the account number from one computer? Simple answer people, is dont sign up, keep your money, and meet people via friends, and workmates. Maybe I am wrong about you but direct way for solving many problems is preferable. If this keeps going the way it has. I am filing with the Attorney General's office in Minnesota a complaint of deceptive trade practices and consumer fraud. I, too, was surprised that they keep them stored as such. Preying on people who are probably going through, or have gone through marriage breakdowns, in my opinion, is criminal, and its about time the consumer protection people got their act together all over the world and wiped it out.
I called match customer service today, and the representative told me that every account auto renews each month, and that the are many more screens that I would have seen when canceling, so the cancelation definitely did not go through in 2010. Then looking at the 24 matches a day and inviting 2 to coffee each day. If you resign, you'll enjoy subscription benefits until the end of your then-current subscription term; your subscription won't be renewed after that term expires. I have never paid for a dating site or strange website or service that i don't know. Not sure how to resolve this issue.