I googled and Wikipedia had this to say about this company. It went by a different name but this is the same one.
"Numerous issues with this company have been reported. According to the Better Business Bureau, hundreds of issues have been reported by consumers for deceptive selling practices, unauthorized charges to consumers' credit cards, and failure to respond or resolve issues. Many of these complaints stem from the charges individuals found on their credit card statements. Consumers are told that it takes 28 days for a charge to be canceled or credited back, and even employees of the credit card company are not able to dispute these charges in the same manner any other charge would be handled. In fact, a completely different process is required, as per the creditors contracts with Affinion Group. This process is designed to give Affinion group as many chances to "save the sale" as possible. Where any normal unauthorized charge can be disputed and resolved within a month as a matter of law, charges from these merchants are often not resolved for several months on end.
On March 7, 2005, the company made a Settlement Agreement with the Office of the Attorney General of Florida. Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act, Chapter 501, Part II, Florida Statutes.
In July, 2005, the Attorney's General of Connecticut, California, and Maine brought a lawsuit against TLG/Affinion for allegedly deceiving consumers into enrolling in its clubs. 
In December, 2006, Trilegiant/Affinion agreed to pay over $8 million dollars to 17 states and their residents to settle allegations they tricked residents into paying for its programs."
Check it out for yourself.
By the time these guys take a little here and a little there from unsuspecting, hardworking, honest citizens, they have amassed millions! Maybe it's time this was addressed on a Federal level and not just by each state. I would certainly be glad to take part in a class action against them for punitive damages! This might put an end to their thievery!