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Sugardaddyforme.comUnable to Cancel Membership - Continue to Charge My Credit Card


Website and both are owned by Peter Stolz, a convicted felon involved in Psychic 1-900 Fraud. Now he is obviously at it again, charging my credit card monthly even though I have requested that my membership be terminated months ago.

What kind of a dating website is it that does not offer customers a way to delete his or her account via a click. This company requires you to send them a cancel request, and even after sending the request numerous times, you never hear back from them!

Forget this Sugar Daddy dating website, its a scam. I rather use one of the other Sugar Daddy dating websites instead. The only way to deal with these guys is to call your Credit Card company and challenge the charge. Luckily for me, I did that and got all my money back!


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    Shanna_Gibson Sep 28, 2009

    Yes i agree, i signed up for a 3 day trial, and sent a cancel request 2 hours after. I got a reply in the middle of the week after that saying sorry for the delay in processing your cancel request, and they charged me for that month, i told them to fix it or I'm reporting the site.

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    justplainjan Oct 09, 2009

    yes they got me also with the 3 day trial and i canceled one the 2nd day and got no reply and have been charged 24.00 and 29.00 for what? i notified my bank and they are investigating it as fraudulent charges. also i believe that they use fictitious emails from great looking prospects as a lure to getting you to join.

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    melthomp1 Jul 08, 2010
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    I've been trying to reach them for 3 weeks now after I requested them to cancel after a day of the 3 day trial. I can't get a hold of anyone in customer service on the site or phone. I even called the phone number listed on my credit card statement. This is crazy...I know have to call my back.

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    mark9292 Feb 28, 2011

    When has billed your credit card without your permission you can do something called a chargeback with your bank. Call up your bank; tell them billed you without your permission and chargeback. Your bank will contact the credit card processor that uses and they will file a complaint with the credit card processor or merchant, in order for you to receive a refund for the wrongfully billed transaction. According to visa and MasterCard, can only have about a 2% chargeback ratio. That means for every 100 people that they bill, only about 2 of them can request that they were billed wrongfully before visa and MasterCard starts to investigate transactions being processed by that are not authorized. The result is that their credit card processor will eventually terminate the ability for to process credit cards on their website. Also, notice that what appears on the billing statement is different from what really does. It's is not a web marketing website it is a website that involves dating. Dating is classified as high risk in regards to the credit card processing world. is doing something in the industry called "factoring." That is against visa and MasterCard policy. Your voice counts. Let your bank know that you want your money back and that you are doing a "chargeback". needs to stop taking advantage of people and this is one of the only ways to make that happen. Notify your bank today. When more and more people start complaining about charges that were not authorized, their credit card processor will shut off their ability to process credit cards so no one else gets scammed.


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