I agree with Samauel T. and the other people who have been scammed. The same thing happened to me. I authorized the $2.97 and discovered, much to my dismay, that the following day, USA Grant Riches charged my bank account another $57.61 that was very unauthorized! I was furious! It caused me undue stress at a time I didn't need any more stress. After three calls and being told "The only way you can ask for a refund is to send an email to a certain address." The address didn't even make sense being a 'gmail' account. On the third complaint call, I finally spoke to a Supervisor. (I had been told previously that they were unable to call the Refund Department and the only way they could be contacted was through Emails). It was interesting to sit there on hold for about 2 minutes and the Supervisor came back with a Cancellation Number from the supposedely 'unreachable' Refund Department. Still, she said it would take 5 to 7 business days to receive it. I told her I couldn't wait to receive it because the extra charge put me in an overdrawn situation, which then caused the bank to charge me twice (the 2 days it took to deal with it) for the overdraft. So, not only was $57.61 deducted from my account, another $56.00 was deducted as well for the overdraft charges! I had to actually close my debit card account in order to stop them from deducting any more. THIS COMPANY IS A RIP-OFF! THEY NEED TO BE STOPPED AND PUT OUT OF BUSINESS FOR SUCH DECEPTIVE BUSINESS PRACTICES. I told the Supervisor that very thing...that they were very deceptive in their advertising and that they should put the (one day) trial period and the extra $57.61 charge on the FRONT page and not hide it in their "Terms and Conditions." I was livid and still am! It's ludicrous to lure people in that way.