HI! I hate to do this but need help! I am trying to write an article for a website i have created but have some issues; can someone maybe tell me on what i need to change/edit or modify??

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Looking for a JOB and need to keep all your money, if you answered
YES then Stay away From Shadow shopper. Shadow shopper claims
they can find everyone jobs but in reality they charge you for totally nothing.
What happens when you sign up for Shadowshopper? You get lots of
Spam and guaranteed to get NO JOBS!

Shadowshopper allows consumers to signup for the first month for pretty cheap
but then without your permission or knowledge they will charge you $59.00..

"I tried to call them, but got a recorded message that directed me to email the
company with any questions I may have. So I emailed some guy named
Johnathon who emailed me back with a reply that reiterated all the terms and
conditions and he basically stated in his own words “ knew full well what the
terms and conditions were, agreed to them and have none to blame but myself.
He ended the email with ALL SALES ARE FINAL. I have no other recourse
except by alerting others through Rip-off Report. And was actually interested
in renewing my membership to a 90 Day membership but Johnathon couldn't
care less. " says one consumer on RipOffReport.com.

I recently submitted a trial membership for Shadowshopper.com. which was
like $5 or something. I looked at my bank statement and there was a
WITHDRAWAL FORM MY ACCOUNT (unauthorized) for with a $59,
which is the charge for a year membership to this website.

I immediately contacted my bank letting them know this was an unauthorized
charge. I have sent several emails to shadowshopper.com and have not had
any replies.

I also find it ironic that this company who solicits jobs for rating customer
service in other companies has such poor customer service. I have found their
customer service department one of the poorest I have ever had to deal
with.

They hide membership cancellation instructions to prevent people from closing
their subscription, thereby automatically signing them up for a year and charging
unapproved upon fees.” Says Jolynn.

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I can put a thank you on the page this is goingon... I just need help!

Thanks
Looking for a JOB and need to save your money? If you answered
YES, then stay away from Shadowshopper. Shadowshopper claims
they can find everyone a job, but in reality they charge you for absolutely nothing.

What happens when you sign up for Shadowshopper? You are guaranteed to get lots of Spam and NO JOBS!

Shadowshopper allows consumers to sign up for the first month for a pretty cheap rate, but then without your permission or knowledge they will charge you $59.00

"I tried to call them, but got a recorded message that directed me to email the company with any questions I may have. So I emailed some guy named
Jonathon who emailed me back with a reply that reiterated all the terms and conditions and he basically stated, in his own words, that I “ knew full well what the terms and conditions were, agreed to them and have none to blame but myself.” He ended the email with ALL SALES ARE FINAL. I have no other recourse except to alert others through Rip-off Report. Up to then, I had actually been interested in renewing my membership to a 90-Day membership but Jonathon couldn't have cared less." says one consumer on RipOffReport.com.

I recently submitted a trial membership for Shadowshopper.com. which was
$5 or a similar small amount. I looked at my bank statement and there was a
WITHDRAWAL FROM MY ACCOUNT (unauthorized) of $59,
which is the charge for a year’s membership to this website.

I immediately contacted my bank letting them know this was an unauthorized charge. I have sent several emails to Shadowshopper.com and have not had any replies.

I also find it ironic that this company who solicits jobs for rating customer
service in other companies has such poor customer service. I have found their customer service department one of the poorest I have ever had to deal
with.

”They hide membership cancellation instructions to prevent people from ending their subscription, thereby automatically signing them up for a year and charging unapproved upon fees.” says Jolynn.
Hi,

You started off complaining about how they couldn't find people jobs, but the focus of the writeup was on the unauthorized charge and the poor customer service.
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I, too, have been scammed by Shadowshopper.com. I elected a trial bronze membership in January for 30 days. At that time, I also changed my account preference to indicate that I would renew my membership myself if I wanted and that Shadowshopper did not have the authorization to do anything as far as membership. I even printed a copy of my account preference at that time.

I got my bank statement only to discover that I was charged $99.00 to move to a gold membership. I called and got the same voicemail that stated I had to contact them by email. I contacted them only to recieve a reply from this "Jonathon" person with the same rude and belittling remarks that I knew what I was signing up for. I then contacted him back and told him that yes, I knew what I signed up for and that I also had a "hard printed copy" of my preference.

After another equally rude email, I informed him that I was, indeed writing a piece for a magazine and for an online newspaper about companies that scam the public. With this in mind, I once again offered to submit my hard copy as proof that I did not authorize a gold membership and asked that if he could not help me with this matter, to please refer me to someone that can. I even gave him my contact phone number.

Once agan I got a rude reply. This time I informed him that I definitely wanted to speak to someone else in charge of the company for an interview for my article. That I would like to resolve this matter before I went to print. I asked him to please give my phone number to his supervisor or the owner of the company. Needless to say, the only response was from "Jonathon" himself. He told me that he would not give me a refund; that I could sue or do whatever. Customer service at its' best - I think not. The consumer should be aware of this company and not do business with them. The only thing that you will get is scammed!