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    • by destrada
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      When I got my first computer, it came with a free AOL service trial for two months. I called the company and let them know that was interested in trying the service.

      Two weeks before my trial was over, I called to cancel my service they tried to convince me to keep the


      service by giving me two more months of free trial.

      One month later, I get this bill for almost $40.

      I was really upset.

      When I called them to ask them about my free trial, they denied ever giving me the free trial and said that I had to pay or my service would be ...


      • cancelled.

        I canceled and moved to another company.

        DO NOT TRUST AOL!!!! It turns out they do this all the time.

        I have talked to several people that claim that this has happened to them.

        If they offer you a free trial when you try to cancel, they will most likely

        end up charging your credit card or sending you an unexpected $40 bill.

        AOL only ends up slowing your computer down anyway; they charge outrageous amounts of money for dial up when you can get faster internet with other companies.

        If you are first time internet user like I was, beware of companies like AOL.



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