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Newest Review: ... further instruction from me. All they needed were bank details to take the £1. These were duly provided. Imagine my shock and distress to discover that they had taken £98 from my bank account without my permission. When I telephoned and spoke to The Money Club, a woman called Aneela said she was cancelling my membership and promised a refund of the £98 although I would have to write in to ... more
Customer themoneyclub.co.uk Reviews (4)
by kimmie75 - written on 13/06/11
i join the money club thinking this is a great thing to save me money on items . i got my welcome pack in the post and thought great i never thought it was a scam .i read the direct debit instructions and found they would be taking £98 from my bank account which they never said to me over the phone which is wrong in any manner being the person i am with 3 children i thought i would be saving money .after reading all the reviews on this website has mad my mind up to cancel membership to the money club before they take £98 so thank you for warning people of the scam the money club is.
by - written on 14/10/10 (Very useful, 1294 readings)
I am currently in receipt of Job Seekers Allowance. A few weeks ago a cold call was made to my home by The Money Club. The caller said The Money Club was offering a four week trial membership period for just £1, as opposed to the normal price of £99. They made it sound very tempting to someone like myself, living on £65.45 a week. They asked they be given a chance to show just what substantial savings they could make for me on consumer items compared with high street prices. At the end of the four-week period, they said, I was under no obligation to take up full membership at £99 (minus the £1) and in any case I could rest assured that they could not deduct the £98 from Read the complete review
by - written on 22/05/09 (Useful, 1704 readings)
Most of the comments seem to come from people that are either not members or people that have not fully taken advantage of the Money Club's services. Like a gym membership, it won't do you any good if you don't use it and the benefits are not always instant. I joined after the club was recomended to me by a friend. Reading the comments they seem to be more about telephone sales than the club. Frankly I hate telemarketing. I made the mistake of answering a survey in exchange for £25.00 of vouchers and spend the next two months on the phone telling sales people that I didn't want a stair lift, double glazing etc.. I have been a member since 2002 and, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/01/09, updated on 05/01/09 (Very useful, 7921 readings)
Straight away I'm going to be fair here, and say that this is not a review of the Money Club services, as such - I never got as far as using those. Instead, I want to share with you my short, but painful experience with this company, in particular the underhand way in which their agents operate in order to secure a commission. I was lucky enough to get my money back (hence the two stars) but others may not be so lucky. I serve this, then, as a timely reminder that, no matter how legitimate a company may appear to be, if they are cold-calling you then the chances are they are crooks. I entered review writing via a long and unprofitable series of so-called ... Read the complete review