Thrive Market Review

I signed up for a free 30 day trial to Thrive Market. Before my 30 day trial ended, I used the cancel account form on Thrive’s website to cancel my account. This was on August 13th, 2015. | August 13th – I received an email from Thrive, it was a customer retention type email, they were trying to convince me to not cancel my account. They offered to cut the membership cost in half to $29.95 per year. I replied to the email to decline and stated that I would like for my account to be cancelled. | August 17th – I received an automated email that stated my free trial was about to expire. | August 19th – I replied to the August 13th retention email a 2nd time, I asked if my account had been cancelled, and stated again that I would like for it to be cancelled. | August 21st – I received an automated email with the subject line of “We haven’t gotten back to you yet, but we’re on it!”. | It was an email stating that it was taking longer than usual to get back to me. | August 22nd – I received an email to say that they were not able to charge my debit card for the cost of the membership (the membership that I have now requested twice to be cancelled). (This is a prepaid debit card that I usually only keep a few dollars on, specifically for signing up for “free” trials” and the like.) | August 26th – I received a 2nd email stating that they were unable to charge my card for the membership (the membership that I have now requested be cancelled 3 times.) | September 2nd – I’ve completely forgotten about this because it has been so long since the last email. I added money to my prepaid debit card for an Amazon purchase and a bill that needed to be paid. | September 3rd – At 4:57 A.M. I receive an email saying “Thanks For Joining Thrive Market!” They have stolen money ($29.95) from my debit card to enroll me in their membership that I do not want to be a member of, that I have requested to be cancelled 3 times over the last 3 weeks. My Amazon purchase payment was declined, as was the payment for the bill that I needed to pay. | Thrive is a shady company that refuses to cancel my membership and has now stolen money from my account. Do not sign up for their free trials, do not sign uo for a membership at all. Cancelling is apparently impossible, they will ignore your requests and take money from you the first chance they get. |

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  • Name: Thrive Market
  • Country: United States
  • State: California
  • City: Culver
  • Address: 12031 Jefferson Blvd
  • Phone: (866) 419-2174
  • Website: thrivemarket.com/
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