I booked European accommodation via Amoma.com. SaveTheDeals popped up after I completed my booking but I did not subscribe to this nor do anything else. Accommodation was booked May 1st 2017. 3 days later, I saw an entry on my credit card dated May 4, 2017 from Eviano.Net deducting $35.26 from my personal credit card. I contacted my bank, ANZ, and outlined what occurred. I checked my Spam emails and found generic email from SaveTheDeals.com – instantly I unsubscribed as outlined in the email. Re-contacted my bank, ANZ, and they refunded $35.26 on June 1, 2017. Another unauthorised amount of $AUD35.90 came out of my credit card from Eviano.Net. Therefore June 14, 2017 I emailed to [protected]@savethedeals.com, and [protected]@savethedealsau.desk-mail.com demanding this company to not deduct any monthly fee as I had not authorised such. Again contacted our Bank, ANZ, and explained situation. ANZ credited $35.90 back to my bank a/c. SaveTheDeals.com have never responded to emails. Checked SCAMS on Google & found many people have emailed www.complaintsboard.com with this Fraud.
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