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Re: How do you cancel your account before they charge you after the 30days

I can answer this-
They pre-auth your card for the full amount-
It will drop off in a few days (as the transaction is not completed)
 
After the 30 days (if you don't cancel) the will use the same approval code to charge your account.

egh68 wrote:
Hey Barry!
 
Looks like a bunch of upset people on here. I have a quick question I just signed up on 5/1/08 for the score watch 30 day trial. I noticed a charge pending on my online account statement, should I have already been charged or are they billing in advanced now?



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Re: How do you cancel your account before they charge you after the 30days



egh68 wrote:
Hey Barry!
 
Looks like a bunch of upset people on here. I have a quick question I just signed up on 5/1/08 for the score watch 30 day trial. I noticed a charge pending on my online account statement, should I have already been charged or are they billing in advanced now?


Hey egh68! :smileyvery-happy:
 
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Looks like Timothy answered this question for you.
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Re: How do you cancel your account before they charge you after the 30days

Thank Barry!  Take it easy!
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Re: How do you cancel your account before they charge you after the 30days

[ Edited ]
I did not receive a reminder that my 30- day free trial will expire in a week . They just sent me an email after they took my money:smileymad:


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I am being charged $14.95 a month. How do I stop this? Re: How do you cancel

 
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Re: I am being charged $14.95 a month. How do I stop this? Re: How do you cancel

Old thread bump....

 

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