Complaint information
  • Author: J
  • Date: 09.17.2013
  • 0
 (Votes #: 0)

General Subscription Services

I am not sure how this company got my personal cell phone number or knew my name and address when they called me to begin with. The best I can figure out, I must have submitted my info on an online site like the McDonald's Monopoly game or something and they got it from there. I was told I'd won a $1000 Visa gift card, and to be honest, I had entered a few online contests, so I believed it. The guy on the phone made the offer for the magazine subscriptions and said if I wanted to claim my prize, they needed to try and sell subscriptions too. Sounded like an 18-year-old kid or something so I got suckered in. I have been in retail before and know sometimes they just gotta make a sale. Immediately after I got off the phone with him I looked up "General Subscription Services" on Google and it brought me here. So I called my bank and canceled the card with the number I gave them. A few weeks went by and no gift card or magazines ever came, as expected, but at least I had changed my bank card number so they couldn't take my money any more after that first month subscription. Last week, I got a paper bill from them in an envelope for some insane amount like $600.

Now all of a sudden magazines are being delivered.

Thank You for reading of this Complaint / Review.
Complaint author: J

Country: USA
State: Minnesota
City: Anoka
Address: PO Box 844
ZIP code: 55303-0844
Phone: 6123545009, 8772754808

Category: Miscellaneous

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