EasySaver / Ripped off!
I only agreed to pay $1.95 for information on being a paid secret shopper. The Easysaver company automatically signed me up for a discount savers plan that I had no information on from the snail mail. When I received the easysaver card. I read that I had a trial membership of 30 days. I did join the membership club that had no given monthly membership fee in the 4 page pamphlet.
At first they billed my credit card $24.95 before I could read all the fine print and legal terms. I then was charged by 2 other companies that I had no knowledge that they were connected to Easysaver. I received no further information in the mail. I then tried the Web site which took me to an exam that I could not get the required 88% needed to go to the next step of their Training Assignment #1. The web site did not take me to the second step. I tried 4 times and even logged in twice, Each time I took the Exam and each time I got a different percent correct. The site read that I could take the exam after reading their Training Assignment #1 the site would not let me to the next step.
So I called the [protected] phone number that was a automated taped message that said my membership was terminated after giving them my membership number and phone number. I never thought that a company could get away with stealing from so many people. I personally was taken for a total of $121.36 plus $85 for overdrafts and NSF fees.
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