I read your facts above.
Your first step is to report them to the various agencies. That would include the FTC, the FCC (since they have some control over parts of the internet companies), and your state's attorney general.
However, I've found that these agencies do very little that actually has an effect which means that you are going to have to pursue your legal remedies.
I think it is clear that the "fine print" you have to dig through layers to get to as well as the hyperlinks that are hidden by making them the same color will be found to be not binding on you by a court. However, it isn't going to be an easy case. The concepts are that difficult but there will have to be a lot of legal research done and then a linking together of a variety of cases to achieve the overall "picture" you want to present to the court. Be sure and go in and copy all of the pages they are going to rely on to support their position. You will want to use color copies and get them as clear as you can. Also, magnify your screen and then make copies of them again.
If you have Adobe Acrobat you can use it to make PDF copies of the web pages as well.
You can find a lawyer by going to www.lawyers.com and in the section for Area of Practice enter Civil Litigation or Consumer Law. Either of those will have the skill set you need. In the lawsuit you can sue for damages, a court order allowing you out of the contract, perhaps treble damages due to deceptive trade practices, plus your attorney's fees.
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