Stamps.Com – Lawyer in Washington, DC

I believe I signed up for a free trial to print stamps from home, not realizing that I would be charged after that point, so I never cancelled. It took me 8 months to realize I was being charged $15.99/month. That is my fault, but I was hoping to catch a break. That did not happen. I called and was told that there was nothing they could do, then connected to a supervisor who tried to offer me free postage for 4 additional months. No thanks..I want to get rid of this service. I mean, who pays $15.99/month for a service that doesn't even include the price of postage? I'd rather drive to the post office every day. Anyway, the supervisor did end up crediting me 3 months worth (we will see if I get that). I am an emotional pregnant woman who was crying over the phone and he still wouldn't cut me a break!

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The Ticket Clinic – Lawyer in Washington, DC

I had a positive experience with the Ticket Clinic for a red light ticket that was eventually dismissed because the photo from the camera was not clear enough. The judge happened to be in a good mood that day, it seemed. The attorney David Greene was sufficiently courteous and to the point,if a little informal.The office staff were attentive enough to call me to remind me of my court date and were helpful when I had questions beforehand.Once my case was dismissed and court fees paid, there was still a hold on my license, for which I had to go to the DMV. Ticket Clinic was not aware of this and I had to find out elsewhere. I'd recommend that either the office staff or the attorneys be aware of this so that clients can find out what their status is in the system at the conclusion of their interaction with the Ticket Clinic.

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Stamps.Com – Lawyer in Washington, DC

Awful, awful service. Charged me for the monthly plan without any notice and refused to pay. Adding to insult, they refuse to cancel my account. I have to call on my time on a toll-free number (that doesn't look toll-free) and cancel.AVOID AT ALL COSTS.

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