St. Louis Tan Company Festus Missouri Review

St. Louis Tan Co at 17304 Chesterfield Airport Rd, Suite 105, Chesterfield, MO has charged my bank account the amount of $201.54 despite closing my membership with them in October, 2009. nFollowing layoffs with Pfizer, Chesterfield Campus in October, 2009, I approached St. Louis TanCo management with the need to cancel my membership. I was granted a termination of my said membership due to extreme economic hardship following my job loss with Pfizer. nIn January, 2010, my account was debited for the monthly membership amount. When I called and spoke to TanCo management, I was told that my money could not be returned but that my account had been marked “closed.”” I was offered the ability to tan for free for a month instead. I declined the offer to tan and pressed for a refund

which I was denied. In response to the wrongful charges

I cancelled the card and informed my card holder to no longer honor charges from this business. nAlmost 3 years later

05DEC12

my account has been debited $201.54 for membership fees. I have contacted the fraud department of my bank card holder and will pursue litigation if necessary for reimbursement of this money. nDesired Resolution:n$241.40 for non-authorized charges against my account.”

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