I bought a children's book on Amazon and paid $10.00 plus shipping. This was a couple of weeks ago.
Today I see a charge for $107 for a membership I did not want nor gave my permission to charge my credit card.
How is this legal? This is unbelievable that Amazon can do this. I find it to be highly deceptive and actually think it is theft.
I immediately disputed the charge with my bank. I then went to my account with Amazon and found the charge for Prime membership, which I did not want and saw an option to cancel, another deception I noticed is if you aren't careful you could still be charged for a year's membership.
I found the one that cancels immediately and should receive credit on my card within the next few days.
My card was used without my permission. I am stunned Amazon can get away with this.
Product or Service Mentioned: Amazon Prime Membership.
Reason of review: Poor customer service.
Monetary Loss: $107.
Preferred solution: Stop charging membership without permission.
Amazon Cons: Deceptive practices for charging membership without my ok.