Everyday values club "subscribes" & charges you without your consent

I don't know how, but everyday values club got my credit card information and "enrolled" me. I found out about it when I got my credit card statement. I've challenged the charge and sent an angry email to the "club" threatening to notify the police that they've stolen my identity. Another post on this site says that the person somehow was enrolled in this same "club" when purchasing from Buy.com so I'm assuming something like that happened to me, but from another vendor. This is really awful - stores passing around your credit and identity information!
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Buy.com and other sites have a closing pop up that says you can save ???? by clicking this.

Thats where the problem starts. They have your CC number and you get enrolled. When you call and cancel they try to convince you to stay but they give refunds. ITS NOT OVER.

Wait a year and shazam you get billed for a new membership to the club.

You then go through the whole deal again. Stay away from additional pop ups when you purchase something.

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