The first thing you should consider doing is looking at the
a) "TERMS OF SERVICE" agreement on this sight to see if they legally charged you. This should spell out what terms you may or may not have agreed upon. Next you should
b) go directly to the customer service area of the web and see if they will adjust, refund or work with you. If they refuse, your next recourse is to
c) stop payment via your credit card company (Call their 800 customer service number on the back of the card). If your credit card company does not work with you next call your local
(Better Business). They will contact this company on your behalf and try to mediate a resolution for you. If this fails your last option is to take the company t
e) Small claims
court in your county.
It is not so much about legal issue as resolution. The “legal issue” is/are or may be:
1) Was there fraud?
2) Were interstate/intrastate commerce laws broken?
3) Was contract
4) Was there all the necessary element for this to be a valid contract?
The reason I say legality is probably not the issue is a) the amount is minor as the courts would see it, and that you have a very good chance of resolving this issue yourself without further intervention or remedies.
I’m sympathetic to your situation. I do hope you can work it out. I have in a few case I have had myself like this. I am an avid internet fan.
I wish you the best of luck. If you need further help I’ll be glad to talk further with you!