If this is not a legitimate business, you should change your account, and immediately contact the consumer fraud department at your state attorney general
's office. That office will help you file a consumer complaint against this company. You can also file a complaint against them with the BBB
Next, if you hire an attorney and have a legitimate consumer fraud case against this company, you may be eligible for 3x your damages and attorney fees.
If they have not committed fraud against you, your actions may be a breach of contract
and you may be liable for damages. If they are really cheating you, then these steps will be of assistance and you will not be liable for breach of contract. Good luck.
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