DigitalMarketer Review

We paid for digital marketing training and cancelled after one month. | Not only did they take 3 months to cancel our account when we signed up for a month-to-month program but once they finally cancelled our account we find random charges from them going back more than a year. | I’ve read the stories of fruadulant internet companies that charge thousands of credit cards small random charges hoping most of them go under the radar to boost profits but I thought the reputation of this company was better than that. | After seeing them charge our credit card numerous times, the only thing I can conclude is malicious theft. | Message to Digital Marketer: | We just recieved the charge on our credit card again for $295. | This is a fraudulent charge and will be reported to the credit card company as such. | We purchased one time last year and cancelled. | Not only did you make it super hard to cancel and dragged it out for additional months but | you have randomly charged our card more than once since we’ve cancelled. | This should be reported as theft. | Please respond to this and explain the reason for your charge. | Please refund the charges you’ve made and delete our credit card on file. | Do not charge us for anything at all in the future. | If I want to purchase something, I will make the purchase, stop the automated charges.


Name: DigitalMarketer

Country: United States

State: Texas

City: Austin

Address: 4330 Gaines Ranch Loop #120

Phone: 1 512-600-4363


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