Be very very VERY careful when dealing with Whoeasy.com. if you use any of their services, if you have taken any subscription or even if you have signed up just for a free trial, just be very careful of the what are the charges that are debited from your account and make sure to keep a tab on those charges very sincerely. I had signed up for a subscription for one of their plans after I took the free trial. I used the account for quite some time. But then, for a long time, I had not used that account and did keep a check on it. I had even forgotten about the subscription and the monthly charges. Then suddenly, after a gap of around five or six months, I go through the bill on that card to check what the situation is and I realise my mistake. I had been wrongly and doubly charged for 4 months. I contacted the bank to see if these amounts were definitively charged by Whoeasy.com. My bank confirmed the same. I then contacted Whoeasy.com to see what the reason was for these faulty charges and get my money refunded. But it was not be easy. There were quite a few emails and calls before things were sorted out. They tried to refund me only $10 for cancellation of my subscription as per some contract whereas I had been wrongly charged at least $18 every month. I did not give up and had them refund all of my money back and cancel my subscription. During this struggle to get my refund, I found out that many people were wrongly charged like me and some even had their cards blocked. I advise you to stay away from this company and their services.
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