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How to Contact Bearshare (ripoff company)


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ChipsA.Hoy

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I have tried canceling my Bearshare account numerous times. They keep billing me, and EVERY TIME I call their phone number, I get disconnected as I become the next caller in line to be answered. What a scam company! Anyone know how to get through to them?

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Chip
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james_8970

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Call you credit card company, they'll probably be able to discontinue the transactions from the bear share.
James

Edited by james_8970, 21 May 2007 - 10:52 AM.

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In addition to the above advice:

Cancellation. You can cancel your subscription by delivering notice to Musiclab by sending an e-mail notification through our form at http://wa.bearshare....pport/feedback/. Musiclab will reasonably attempt to return a cancellation confirmation to your email address. You should retain this confirmation as a record of your cancellation. If you cancel your subscription, Musiclab will not refund any remaining portion of your subscription fees.
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Ordinarily one would go that route for cancelling bearshare subscription, but try contacting them with the form and the response is "i don't know what you're talking about." Call the 212 number which is long distance and be placed on hold for a long time with a fat bill. Bearshare basically misleads people by suggesting it's compatible with your ipod. It isn't, don't fall for it. :)
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