True.com spammed me daily for many many months after I cancelled my membership in January 2006. Then they claimed I re-activated my membership on December 26th, 2006 and charged my account $49.99 and then on the 27th another $.99. There is no way I would have done business with such a shabby organization. They must have a way of rigging screens to make it seem you approved of something when you didn't. They won't refund the charges, and I am sure their system will verify I have done no transactions with them before or since 12/26/06. If their records have not been purged they would still have at least two complaints I made to them via e-mail about their spamming practice.
wish I could learn of a class action suit against
them so I could sign up.
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