AlumniClass.comhigh jacking their website to another host on facebook

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I thought I was registering with Arts High School alumni class of 82 advertised on Facebook, instead it was with alumniclass.com. They, AlumniClass.com piggybacked my registration on Facebook. Also alumni Class & alumni class reunions refused to contact me concerning this matter.
Their website, somehow connected with Arts High School on Facebook, it then prompted me with a $25 discount and lifetime membership.

After registering I realized my name was incorrectly spelled, and I registered with the wrong website. AlumniClass.com is not associated with Arts High School in Newark, New Jersey. Also I contacted the real individuals in charge of the Arts High School Alumni association site and they also confirmed that I had not registered. This is a sham at its best on Facebook allowing piggybacking and high jacking consumers. Facebook does not have a direct link that allows reporting this type of abusive behavior. [protected]@FakeBook

high jacking their website to another host on facebook
high jacking their website to another host on facebook
high jacking their website to another host on facebook
high jacking their website to another host on facebook

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