I've been thru it today with canceling the rebill on this site. I ended up having to cancel my credit card to prevent them from billing one more time after i canceled. Here's how the scam works. You have to cancel the rebill GIVING THEM A 30 DAY NOTICE, if not they will ding your card one more time, THEN cancel the rebill. So in other words, if it takes you more than ONE DAY to decide you dont like the site, you havnt given them 30 days notice, so they ding your card, THEN, they cancel. This is an outrageous practice, and it needs to stop. here is a bit of what they responded with to my complaint...
All cancellations are processed as per the terms and conditions you agreed to when joining, you ticked the box to say you had read and accepted the terms before completing your purchase. These clearly stated the required notice to cancellation your subscription was 30 days from your next payment date, hence you have one final payment due as per the terms of the agreement you entered into.
There are no prechecked boxes on the sign up form and you have plenty of opportunity to cancel you join request before agreeing to the terms. You proactively checked the box to say you had read them and were happy to proceed.
We also off a trial option so users can try the service before commiting to a subscription, in this case you elected to commit to the subscription straight away at your own discretion.
We have at all times acted in accordance with the agreement you entered into in full posession of the terms of the agreement
I love how he says plenty of time, when in fact, in order to give them 30 days notice, you would've had to make your decision in about a day to prevent them from billing you again.
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