Yes I'm in a similar situation too.
Did you get a full refund?
On Sunday the 14th February 2010, I clicked on a hyperlink which I thought was a part of a reputable website!
This took me through to Tara-medium.com!
Oh Gosh, I parted with £80.00 for a 12 month reading, because the site stated that if I wasn't entirely satisfied, it offered a 60 day no quibble refund guarantee.
Once the reading I arrived, I instantly became very suspicious because of the dark threatening undertones. The reading was completely inaccurate and with totally inappropriate content. Suspecting that it must be a computer generated program and a scam I emailed Tara at:
demanding a full and instant refund. Heard nothing back from them...
I contacted my bank on 15/2/2010 explaining what had occurred and instantly had my bank details changed.
17/2/2010 receives an email from Tara at:
notifying me that a refund had been made, so I checked with my bank to see if this was the case. The bank told me that no money has been
refunded into my account as of yet...
Obviously, if I do get a full refund I will let everyone know.
Considering the many thousands of complaints scattered all around the web about Tara-medium.com & Tara-voyance.com I find it highly suspicious that many companies are still promoting this SCAM. From advertisers, marketing companies, voucher companies, Pigsback.com, very well known search engines & google
Good luck and please let us know if you get a FULL REFUND