Specifically, consumers state that the company requires that cancelation be requested by phone.
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Hill said his biggest complaint was that he received no email or text reminder that the company would be charging his account.
“There’s no benefit to the user to have auto renewal… That just doesn’t seem right.” sent us the following statement through email: Additional details from the BBB breaking down why each business made the list: 1.
Corey Hill joined the dating site last year, signed up for a six month subscription and met his girlfriend through the service.
Hill said he didn’t need the service and didn’t plan on renewing his subscription but the company signed him up anyway through auto-renewal.