I see. Thank you for clarifying the situation for me, Mark.
It appears this company may push the boundaries of the law, but if they have not breached the contract with you and did not engage in fraud to induce you to sign the contract, then there would typically not be any legal recourse against the company.
If they did mislead you in their sales pitch, then that would normally provide a basis to allege fraud in the inducement, file a complaint with the BBB, the state consumer protection agency
, and even to file a lawsuit against them for fraud.
It does appear they have a high number of complaints filed by consumers and you may wish to add your complaint to that, to see what their response is since the BBB report I located does indicate that the company typically responds satisfactorily to consumer complaints.
Here is a link to the report I located:
You can also file a dispute with your credit card company indicating that the company defrauded you. If you file the dispute within 30 days of the charge, you may be able to obtain at least a partial refund of the signficiant charge you incurred for their services.
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