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It was all about advertising what they do, in which I had no idea, but they said I would receive an iPhone X if I did so.
The terms are definitely not clear to the majority of people who are not so computer savvy. The first sign was no confirmation emails at all. I found there email address and they tried to blame a trusted site I had been on for years. I even gave them the bank number their transactions came from. I was charged $74.79 for each company. When I released what it was all about I tried watching some movies but it would not work on my device. I tried canceling several times and the messages came up that their phone lines were “congested ”

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  1. Well i don’t even know why they are taking my money. And I am only on a disability pension. How mean can people get. I need help to get my money back. They should be put out of business and made to repay everyone they have robbed.

  2. Unfortunately I was charged as well and really need to get that money back. Does anyone else know if they continuously charge or not??