Unauthorized Billing Of Credit/Debit Card Or Home Mortgage
Creation Of Roadblocks To Cancel Service
Excessive or Unauthorized Fees
On Line Retail
Product or Service
Online Membership Programs
Ongoing investigation and pending class action lawsuit against Trilegiant on behalf of all persons in the U.S. who were charged on their bank, home mortgage, or debit accounts for any Trilegiant membership, and on behalf of all California residents who were charged on their credit cards for Trilegiant memberships. Trilegiant establishes subscriptions for its membership programs in consumers’ names without their informed consent, and also impedes consumers’ ability to cancel these memberships. Trilegiant’s memberships are marketed under a number of different names, including “Just for Me,” “Great Fun,” “Travelers Advantage,” “Shoppers Advantage,” “Autovantage,” “Credit Alert,” “Complete Home,” “Health Saver,” “Great Options,” “Netmarket.com,” “Buyers Advantage,” “Privacy Guard,” among others.
Name (Stock Symbol)
Trilegiant Corporation offers online memberships. Trilegiant is the successor to Cendant Membership Services, Inc. and Cendant Incentives.
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