My subscription was supposed to expired *-**-** according to iTunes and according to iTunes it was just a * day trial. I called and canceled before the end of the * days. I continued to get billed. After * months I called, was asked subscription was canceled and I wouldn't be billed furthermore. I was billed once again on **-*-** and today you tried to bill me again, there wasn't enough money in my account, so being as bold as you guys obviously are you sent me an email requesting me to update my billing information. Like I said, I canceled before my free trial was over, yet I have been billed $**.** on *-*-**, *-*-**, *-**-**, **-*-**, and you are still trying to bill me. To reiterate, I canceled prior to the end of the trial, was billed * more months, called, complained, was assured my subscription was canceled, was assured I wouldn't be billed again, was billed both of the next two following months, and today I find out you are trying to bill me for a fifth month. You advertise to help consumers regarding fraud prevention, but it is beginning to look like at least in my eyes, Experian is the one committing the fraud.
GetHuman1520051 did not yet indicate what Experian should do to make this right.