I joined Blueprint Mastermind in early July. It is a membership site designed to help you sell on eBay and Amazon. The membership is open-ended, meaning you can cancel anytime. I joined July 3, 2014 and my membership, if I choose to keep it, would be renewed a month later on August 3, 2014. I decided to cancel on July 28, 2014 through a link they have within the membership site. Immediately I was denied access, so I was confident I would not be billed and also expected a cancellation email to confirm this. A week later and to my surprise, I was at the bank and informed my account was overdrawn. There was no way I thought to myself! Where did my money go? Immediately I asked for a list of itemized charges and wouldn’t you know it Blueprint Mastermind had charged me the $97.00, even though my password no longer worked and had no access to the site. So, obviously, they had cancelled my access, but decided they were still going to charge me the $97.00 In addition, Blueprint Mastermind never sent me a receipt telling me about the $97.00! To the owners, managers, or whatever they call themselves, John McIntyre and Scott Rogers (and whoever else); that is a shrewd way of doing business. Charging for a service you do not supply and not sending a receipt so that people will not know you took their money without due cause. And it is also illegal! For everyone, look out for this business. Make certain you get confirmation emails and receipts. .
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