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Hi, (Georgia)

Here's the rundown:

I told hosting company (co.x) by email prior to renewal time
that I would not be using their services any longer.

They returned an email offering a months free hosting if I

At the years renewal time, they billed my credit card for
the next entire year.

I called, spoke with a rep and was promised a full refund by

I asked for but did not receive a confirmation email per the
refund at that time.

I pressed for and eventually *did* receive a confirmation
email per the refund.

The email confirmation, dated April 26th, 2001 from (co.x)
billing department, stated refund would take 5 to 7 business

Refund never took place.

(co.x), still in operation, no longer answers my emails.

I've disputed the companies billing to my credit card with
the credit card company.


Is there anything else I can legally/ethically do about this
other than wait to see how the credit card dispute goes?

p.s. I moved the domain I had at (co.x) servers. This
means they have billed me a year in advance for a service
they can not possibly provide.


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