Review sent an email to me on December 13, 2015 offering me an IPhone6 to test out for them for $1.99. Initial screen required a credit card number to process the $1.99. When I proceeded to the next screen it provided more information regarding the cell phone. On there it mentioned about charges for the cell service ++. I didn’t agree to these terms, so I backed out of the site in order to not complete this transaction/agreement. Since I didn’t go through the whole process I did not receive a confirmation email from the company. I hoped that was the end of this. | When I reviewed my credit card transactions I saw the charge of the $1.99 on December 13th but on December 16th the company charged me $119.00. I did not agree to this charge to begin with. Since the company had my credit card information on the front screen, they proceeded to process additional charges WITHOUT my permission. | The charges came up on my statement as DELIVERY-PLANET.COM FREDERIKSBERG DNK | Upon contacting my credit card company they are not removing this charge since they say I gave my credit card information to this company. This is unbelievable…first one charges whatever they want on your card without my permission and then the credit card company says “you gave your credit card number to them”. What does that mean….they can keep charging me because on a one-time charge of $1.99 they have full access to charge whatever they want and keep charging!!!



Country: Denmark


City: Frederiksberg




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