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It appears that I'm not the first, nor will I be the last, that TLG Great Fun rips off! I entered a NME Magazine exchange sweepstakes and was enrolled into several programs (Great Fun being one,) automatically. A few days later, financial tragedies stuck and I wasn't able to complete the payment obligations.

NME, and the other companies, DID remove me from their billings. However, I just opened my Jan. credit card statement, and found a $14.99 debit for TLGShopper. I had no idea what this was until I did a little research online, and found that it is TLG Great Fun!

I cancelled Great Fun, online, the same day that I cancelled all the rest - or so I thought! This company is a total RIP-OFF, and I AM PISSED!!!!!

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Anonymous
#339753

5 Sep 2011

I forgot to mention this folks. File a complaint with documentation such as your bank statements and send them to the State Attorney General's (SAG) Office in Florida.

I will be doing this this week. The BBB is ok but for real action, you have to go to the SAG to get this type of stuff dealt with effectively.

Anonymous
#339751

5 Sep 2011

I found two fraudulent charges of $16.99 on my Chase Bank credit card dated 18 Aug and 19 Aug 2011. Chase is refunding me and cancelling my card. I ordered a magazine subscription through NME Magazine Exchange and because my credit card was new, someone at NME gave out my number to place these two charges from TLG. I am cancelling my order with NME also.

Don't trust either of these two companies.

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