RN Superpass From Real — Fraudulent Billing
I just noticed a charge from RN Superpass from Real on my credit card statement. I called the credit card company to see if they could provide additional information on the charge. They couldn't and the agent suggested that I search the web for contact information. I then noticed the 866 number on my statement. I was unable to get information initially. After further investigation and looking at the website I remembered subscribing to a website to download songs onto my IPOD months ago. After signing up I found numerous complaints on line and thought I had been scammed. For a one time fee of $50 dollars I was supposed to have unlimited access to music and movie downloads. I think this company received so many complaints they're attempting to rectify the situation by connecting with Real Player. There are still some problems as I will be charged $14.99 a month to use the Real Player Superpass until I cancel. If you put the words RN Superpass from Real into your search engine you will be directed to a page where you can cancel your subscription. There is also a telephone number and access to your account number, which is needed if you cancel by phone.
For those of you who don't remember subscribing to a similar program for unlimited music and movie downloads several months ago, I suggest that you hurry up and cancel so that you're not charged for a service you're not using.