Last week we blogged about the latest in consumer deception – auto-renewing text message subscriptions that bill customers who fall prey to certain gimmick websites (e.g., http://www.myiqquiz.com, http://www.yourcrushrevealed.com, and http://www.swamipredicts.net). And even though the auto-subscription scam that is being run by the owners of these types of websites is not new, complaint blogs like http://800notes.com/Phone.aspx/1-800-416-6129/5 continue to buzz with complaints from people who have been billed for services they didn’t even realize they had been signed up for.
If you used a website, including any of the above or any website run by a company called National Telephone Advisory, and you were signed up for a monthly charge that you did not find out about until after you paid it once or twice, call us at (610) 941-4204 or visit our website at http://www.pbmattorneys.com. We are committed to protecting consumers like you from schemes like this, and we want to know your story. You have rights, and you may have grounds for a lawsuit.