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Unauthorized Charges: Suspected Ripoff by Ancestry.Com

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Re: Unauthorized Charges: Suspected Ripoff by Ancestry.Com

Charley Schnellbacher (View posts)
Posted: 2 Oct 2005 10:16PM GMT
Classification: Query
The reason we are able to "defend" Ancestry's practices is because they are legal. Period. Morality and ethics have nothing to do with it.

This thread was started, if you will recall, by an individual who (in his own words)

"inadvertently signed up for a free trial"

but feels no responsibility for reading the terms of that trial contract, feels no responsibility for asking questions first if he wasn't comfortable with the trial, and feels no responsiblity for being competent enough to click the "Help" link or "MyAccount" link to get answers.

In other words, most if not all of those 841 complaints in the past 3 years are from complete poster-child morons who shouldn't be allowed online or own a credit card.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
JDvorak2006 14 Sep 2005 4:47AM GMT 
FredRagsdale6... 15 Sep 2005 6:24AM GMT 
Greg Matthews 23 Sep 2005 1:28AM GMT 
Jim Dvorak 25 Sep 2005 8:04PM GMT 
doltmann_1 2 Oct 2005 11:11AM GMT 
Greg Matthews 2 Oct 2005 6:06PM GMT 
jimbrose 3 Oct 2005 3:03AM GMT 
Charley Schnellbacher 3 Oct 2005 4:16AM GMT 
jimbrose 3 Oct 2005 3:16PM GMT 
Charley Schnellbacher 3 Oct 2005 4:26PM GMT 
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