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I'm a diamond Wyndham Rewards member and they recently asked if I wanted to save $50 off my next hotel stay. Why not?

I travel for work regularly, so I thought it would be a reputable deal. Nope.

After getting charged $1 by two companies who have nothing to do with Wyndham (I never agreed for the second one, which is Shoppers Advantage. The first was Travelers Advantage), I did not get a email for over a week (the rep said I'd get it right away) saying that if I fill out some forms, I will get a $50 voucher in 45 days after they process the request. What trash is that?

After 30 days they start billing you $16.99 per month, twice!

Assuming most people don't remember to cancel, they easily make a huge profit.

I will be calling first thing in the morning to cancel both of these scams. I will also alert my bank immediately and suggest anyone else do the same.

I liked: Canceling my membership.

I didn't like: Service, That they signed me up for this, Never ordered service.

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Update:I called to cancel my membership today and I had to politely ask to cancel three times before they finally let me. Between each attempt they went into a long speech about how "great" their benefits are. No thanks.

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