Buyers Advantage Review

I had a charge on my credit card statement from TLG*BUYERS which I did not authorize. When I called the phone number (800-553-4948), I was informed that I was enrolled because I had used Super Shuttle in April. My use of Super Shuttle’s website allowed them to get my name, address, phone number and credit card information to process this charge for a membership. I did not knowingly enroll in or authorize my enrollment. | When asked to give me physical evidence of my authorization, the agent for TLG*BUYERS could not provide any evidence other than to say that using Super Shuttle is the record that they have. After several times of listening to the agent try to convince me to remain a member, I finally got the agent to give me a cancellation number. I will be watching to ensure that the $16.99 charge does not reoccur on my credit card account.

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Name: Buyers Advantage

Country: United States

State: Tennessee

City: Nashville

Address: P.O. Box 41220

Phone: 1-800-553-4948

Website: www.buyersadvantage.com/

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