This sounds to me like a clear case of an unfair, actually dishonest, business practice.
I suggest that you contact the Consumer Protection Branch tomorrow.
Be sure to tell them that you were mis-represented and did not agree to the 11 payments of $57.50 but just to the $3 payments.
Ask if they can assist you.
They will likely help you in getting this contract set aside
If not, call your credit card company and say that you only authorized the $3 payment and you never authorized the $57.50.
Then tell the company you are happy to have a court decide.
The court will see that you were mis-represented and will set aside the contract.
Does that help as a starting point?
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