Reverb Nation and CEO Michael Doernberg have completely screwed my bank account up. I signed up as a musician on reverbnation.com and was very impressed with the site at first. Then I received a letter from RN saying I could submit my music to different opportunities for free. Of course they have som opportunities that you have to pay to submit your music to. I understand this concept. I don’t have a problem paying for the service as long as the opportunities are legit and not some scam. Long story short I sumbit to a few of the free opportunities, looked over a few of the paid submissions. I decided I didn’t want to pay for any submissions at the time but wanted to be updated by email of upcoming opportunities. So here’s where the big mistake comes in. I allowed reverbnation.com to have my card information on file so in the event I did submit to a paid opportunity, all I’d have to do is agree and click the submit button. April 03, 2014 I noticed four hits on my account from Reverb Nations automated billing system. The $ wasn’t in the account to cover the billing so I got charged every time RN pinged my account. I immediately wrote support informing them of the error and the fact they were creating me a huge problem with my bank. I was sent a letter: .
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