This does not bode well for Team Vorpal
Yes, I thought it was strange, but didn't think Carlson Gracie Jr would scam me. I was naive and punished for it. The sales rep said this is just how they do things and promised I wouldn't be charged unless I joined.
Not sure how a CC statement that shows a charge would corroborate my claim, since every legitimate member would have the same charges on their statement.
Look them up on the Better Business Bureau, and you'll see many similar complaints from different people.
So what's the big issue? Charge it back and move on with your life.
Shhhhhh..... That's too hard.
The asshole never came and picked it up.
Sorry dude, this still doesn't convince me. I want to see the contract and know why you gave them your credit card, if you were simply doing a free trial.
First of all this guy is spamming this **** all over the interwebz. Us, sherdog jiu jitsu forums, yelp yahoo. You name it and this guy is there posting his **** up.
BBB does seem to have 7 complaints listed over the last 3 years but I did not see specifics.
A quick read of some of the other complaints seems to be that they are signing you up for a 3 day trial or something and failing cancelation you become a member and your card gets charged. At least that was the claim on an older complaint.
Given the anger here I'd say that this guy did not read what he signed and is angry because he got duped and they probably told him, "hey you signed the contract".
I found the Carlson Gracie Team MMA school in downtown Chicago to engage in deceptive business practices. Be very careful about giving them your credit card number. Many people have had billing problems with them.
Also, their sales representatives pitched me on a lot of things that are simply untrue. I was told that Carlson Gracie Jr teaches there many times a week, which is untrue.
A moderator told you what you needed to do and you refused. Now, you tried bumping a nearly 10 year old thread to avoid following the advice. Read the rules of this subforum before posting.
A few of which involve posting proof, linking websites and articles to support your claims and other things contained in the rules section.