09:00 AM - 5:00 PM / Charging for membership i never signed up for

Ca May 07, 2015 Review updated:
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Phone: 877 228 4881

I registered for an event sponsored through my doctor's office to raise money for Lymphedema about a month ago. Today I received the attached email saying my trial membership was converted into an annual membership for the rate of $64.95. I didn't know what this was, but I'm resourceful, and figured it out after Googling Active Advantage, who others had also been scammed by. Evidently there's something you have to UNCHECK or you're enrolled in their trial membership to something - I have no idea what the trial membership is for. In the month since I donated to this Lymphedema event, I have NEVER received an email or anything else which communicates to me that I'm a member, and what that entails, or that my trial membership was ending and that I'd be charged $64.95 if I didn't cancel. Additionally, I never saw anything like this on the website saying that I was enrolling in something and that I'd be charged $64.95 after 30 days. I would **NEVER** enroll in ANYTHING for a $64.95 monthly fee. CLOSE THESE SCAMMERS DOWN, PLEASE! Thanks, and please let me know if you require additional info. Cathie [protected]

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  • Cd
      Jan 20, 2015
    Active Advantage - fraudulent charges
    Active Advantage
    United States

    Unauthorized bank account deductions began occurring from Active Advantage. Traced deductions back three months

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  • Ka
      Feb 24, 2015
    Active Advantage - Karen Anderson
    Active Advantage
    United States

    Took 64.95 out of my checking account .. never even heard of them.. will not answer the phone. my number is 903-227-7377 karen anderson

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  • Pa
      May 14, 2016

    In early April I made a campground reservation through Reserve America. When I checked my May Discover Card statement, I found a charge of $69.95 from ACT Active Network. I Googled them and found out that this was a membership charge that I never signed up for. I never received an e-mail confirming my trial membership nor did I receive a warning that it was about to expire which their website promises. It seems to me if this was a legitimate outfit that they would provide a membership number and information regarding the benefits. Every other organization (Good Sam and Family Motor Coaching) provide brochures listing the benefits and how to take advantage of them. I think they are using very sneaky tactics to bilk people out of their money.

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