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TLG Shopperwithdrawing money even after cancellation

i had bought a bender ball online with my south texas college jag card (financial aid) and got the coupons in the mail late maybe nxt month. i had cancelled because its not an acctual credit card and now that i have gotten new finalcial aid for the next semester, the tlg shopper people are still withdrawing money from it and im losing needed money for books and gas to get to school. i want this to end and get my money that was taken back, either through the mail in a check or back in my debit card. i will be calling to make sure something is done. these coupons should not be sent out with me already signed up, if necessary, send a sign up sheet to get them so i can give or not give my concent to take money out of my card.


  • Ga
    Gary2222 Jun 03, 2015

    Same story here, cancelled one month after signing up and they just kept charging. Had to cancel card just to stop them. They are a very bad company.

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  • Ca
    calzon Mar 06, 2014
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    Verified customer

    I cancelled this 1 month after receiving info and
    they still taking money out of my account THIS HAS TO STOP

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  • Bi
    Bill B from Georgia Feb 22, 2012

    On the phone with them now after very similar circumstances. They're not the only company out there doing this. Check all of your statements at every opportunity.

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