CD Earth
Complaint 301925 Details

  • Date Occurred: 01/21/2014
  • Reported Damages: $29.98
  • Location: PO Box 1510, Harrisburg NC 28075
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I ordered the 2 free advertised CD's from CD Earth, only on completion of order was I notified of another 2 CD's being sent with my order, which I had to evaluate and could return if not interested.
Yesterday I picked up the package from the post office and had to pay R25 for the package, which I did (even though I was not informed of this in any communication)
After returning home, I received a text and email message stating that a transaction on my credit card was returned due to insufficient funds. Upon querying this with my bank, I was informed that CD Earth tried to bill an amount of $29.98 (ZAR R337-34) to my credit card (this is on the same day I received the package, not even after the 25 days I have to evaluate the package and decide if I want the 2 extra CD's that I havent even ordered.)
I went to the cancellation page on to cancel everything, but have to include my credit card's CCV code (which I never submitted in the first place, as the CD's were supposed to have been free)

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Company Statistics

  • Complaint Against CD Earth
  • Complaints Filed: 10
  • Reported Damages: $422.56
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