Totally free on credit card for online webcam
I wont know for a couple of days if he actually refunded my money, but even if he did, I still want to report these bastards. That's why I thought it was dubious when the guy on the phone told me I "joined" their website.
I went on to explain to him "joining" was for free. I didn't want to go into this in my OP but the site I'm referring to is Porn Hub Live.
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I'm not supposed to be charged unless I used their service. (Yeah, I know.) I only joined (over a freaking year ago) out of curiosity.
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