Belia Ynm

I want to cancel this I never ordered this an...

I want to cancel this I never ordered this an some how you have been charging my credit card 46.00 dollars a month. my name is Jacqueline Bruce.
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Anonymous
map-marker New Baltimore, Michigan

Predatory and possibly illegal company.

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I called for information on transportation prices. I was surprised that I had to pay $1 and use a credit card.

My next credit card showed a $1 and $55!! dollar charge. 1. I never joined anything with their company.

I was never told there would be a $55 charge that I found out they planned to charge every month. They are a predatory company. I had to get a new charge card as I didnt want them to have my number. I called my credit card company and they reimbursed me.

I am also making a complaint with the better business bureau and multiple other agencies. Their company needs to be put out of business.

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User's recommendation: Don’t use this company!!

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| map-marker Sylvania, Ohio

Double billing, deceptive practices and no help available.

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I accidently signed up for Ask-crew. For three months I've been billed $55 on PayPal AND $55 on my Amazon card. I haven't been able to communicate with billing. They (AI) switched me to Howly? Now I'm afraid I'm signed up for that. I have never submitted any billing info. I tried using their AI system and all I got were nonsensical answers. What now? So far I'm out over $300.
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User's recommendation: Don't contact them unless you want to lose some money.

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