Why your CC sees as an alright action, shouldn't be. HOWEVER, you were suppose to read the fine print. Also, I can only *ASSUME* you had the option to opt out somewhere even if online. If not, you certainly can do that now or find out. I still would contact the CC and protest no matter what so its in the record. If you can't get out of it, then you can see what legal action you can take. If you have local advocacy group/TV/free legal advice, use it and see where it gets you. You have to keep at it otherwise, they'll try to wear you out. Keep records of your actions/contacts/names, etc. in order to maintain that.
Sugarsync charged my credit card $74.99 for me and another $74.99 for my wife. I received no notice of it until I got my credit card statement.
They say that when they converted from free service to paid a year ago we agreed to be renewed automatically. We did the first year only because the fee was sprung on us and we needed time to relocated our files.
IOnce they charged my account there is no refund possible and I cannot cancel until next December.
I think they have scammed an elderly couple of almost $150 that we can't afford to lose.
Credit card company says they can do nothing because Sugarsync has our agreement for automatic renewals. We haven't used sygarsync for almost a year and do not intend to do so. it was a fine survice when it was free.
They tell me that what they are doing is legal, and it may be, but it is not right!