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joe53
5 Rhenium

iTunes pulls a quick one...

I have been an iTunes user for years, but have not downloaded or paid for any music from Apple for several years. Of course they still had my credit card number on file from remote purchases.

I was shocked to see that Apple was dinging my credit card for $9.99 +tax per month, starting in September, for something called "Apple Music Membership", a streaming music service. I did not authorize this subscription, and immediately cancelled this account, and every association I had with iTunes. My downloaded iTunes library still works on several devices (including my iPod and in my car).

Sheesh!

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7- Thorium

Re: iTunes pulls a quick one...

Thats why I pay cash for Itunes cards.

They can be as small as $10.

That way the max they can steal is $10.

My account is registered to ANN  ONYMOUS.

I get dear Ann spam all the time.

i would also NEVER do apple pay tied to my bank account.

 


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Re: iTunes pulls a quick one...

@joe53   - Did you contact your credit card company and dispute the charges?

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joe53
5 Rhenium

Re: iTunes pulls a quick one...

For $10, disputing this first charge was not worth my time. They have the lawyers and probably some clause buried deep in the EULA I agreed to years ago. If these charges continue, I will certainly lodge a dispute.

I rarely purchase anything online, and this was a good reminder to keep your credit card off the internet.

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