Entertainment Rewards Southfield Michigan Review

Same exact thing happened to me that happened to Ryan…people need to check their credit card statements closely for this kind of crap. I bet many people are going months and months not knowing they are being charged, and it is such a small amount (likely on purpose) that you don’t notice unless you are looking closely. nI purchased tickets using ticketmaster.com approximately 3 months ago. during the process, i was shown a page about entertainment rewards, and in order to continue purchasing tickets i needed to enter address, name, email, but no credit information, which led me to believe that there would be no charge. there was also no mention off any fees associated with entertainment rewards. nApproximately two months later, i was charged $9.00 by ‘ENT*ENTERTAINMNTRE’ i did not know what this charge was, and without any other information on the company i could not track it, so i firgured that i must have made an authorization that i had forgotten about. nAnother month later i was charged another $9.00 by ‘ENT*ENTERTAINMNTREWRDS 866-364-1333 MIUS’. I knew i hadn’t made any recent purchases, so i called the number to find out it was entertainment rewards and that i had inadvertantly signed up for it while using ticketmaster.com. nScottti3nSouthfield, MichiganU.S.A.

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