I received an Arlo upgrade from Vuezone, which I accepted several months ago. Part of the upgrade "deal" was that the Vuezone account would be disabled by NetGear.
Well a few days ago, NetGear (via Vuezone) charged me another year's service. WTH?
Since my account is disabled at Vuezone (as per the terms of the upgrade) I have no idea why NetGear is still charging me.
Any way to contact NetGear and get this straightened out?
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Since it's been over 90 days, does that mean I have to pay to get a billing issue for VUEZONE.COM straightened out?
I guess I'll just issue a chargeback with the credit card company instead as that's a toll free call.