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ACT*REGISTRATION 877-228- 4881 CA 08/15/12 I did not sign up for a membership to this company. I don't know how you got my credit card, but I suspect you used it because I paid for a past race event using that card. I just now was able to reach one of your phone agents and she explained this ruse to me. I plan on filing a complaint with the BBB and strongly recommend you cease from this manner of charging folks for something they didn't sign up for.

We too had this charge on our card as "ACT*ACTIVE-NETWORK 877-228-4881 CA". Did some digging and have a definitive explanation. SEE NOTE AT END OF POST FOR THE REAL SUPPORT PHONE NUMBER. The number on the charge statement is different and may not help.

The Active Network, Inc. (www.active.com) is a site that helps all kind of race and event companies process and manage their registrations.

Most of the time the web site for the registration does not make it clear that you are processing your registration through this company!

When you go to check out they will offer you a FREE 30-day trial to Active Advantage, which they will tell you saves you $10 in registration fees and many other benefits. This is what entices so many people to check the box. From their FAQ:

Q: How did I sign up for an ACTIVE Advantage trial membership?

ANSWER: When registering online for an activity/event through the ACTIVE Network (including reserving a campsite on Reserve America), you may be presented with the opportunity to try ACTIVE Advantage free for 30 days. This offer is displayed after your registration is complete, but before your registration confirmation page. To opt-in to the trial membership offer, you are required to verify and re-enter your email address, and then select an offer acceptance button. If you are not interested in the Advantage trial membership, you simply have to click "No Thanks". With either choice you will then be taken to your registration/reservation confirmation page.

If you do choose to try the Advantage trial membership, you will receive a trial confirmation email. Half way through your trial membership period you will receive another "checking in" email that highlights featured discounts and encourages you to take advantage of the membership benefits. At the end of your 30 day trial we will extend your member benefits for a full year at the then-current annual membership fee (currently $64.95) and will send a notification email about the membership status change and billing.

Of course, you're always protected by our 100% satisfaction guarantee. Even if you decide after your 30 day trial period has ended that you're not satisfied with your membership, just let us know and we'll give you a pro-rated refund for the unused months--no questions asked!

Q: Does the trial membership become a full membership?

A: If you decide during the 30-day trial period that you don't want to continue the membership, just let us know. Otherwise, at the end of your 30 day trial we will extend your member benefits for a full year at the then-current annual membership fee. Of course, you're always protected by our 100% satisfaction guarantee. Even if you decide after your 30 day trial period ends that you're not satisfied with your membership, we'll give you a pro-rated refund for the unused months--no questions asked!

Right now that rate is $64.95 per year!

Finally....

Q: How do I receive a refund for my ACTIVE Advantage membership?

A: To request a refund for your ACTIVE Advantage membership, please contact our customer support team at ACTIVEadvantage@ACTIVE.com or by phone at 866-561-0647 (between the hours of 7:00am and 5:00pm PST). With our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee, if at any time during your annual membership you are not completely satisfied, we’ll cancel your membership and give you a pro-rated refund for any unused months - no questions asked!

We were charged $59.95 a month after registering for a race having a similar line description on our credit card statement. This was a charge for something we did not intentionally sign up for.

It seems when a good number of people sign up for race events, they will try to tack on a membership fee and see if they can get away with it. Though difficult to get ahold of, they will refund if you catch it.

I have used Active.com to register for various races, and it seems they added on this membership fee (which I didn't request). I called the number that appeared on my credit card statement, and they gave me no hassles about reversing the charge.

This was so helpful! I live in FL- so when I saw a charge for ACT online in California -I immediately thought it was fraud- turned out it was my kids' sports registration. They use this out of state company.

Just want to reiterate what others have mentioned. I found a $64.95 fee on my debit card today that happened to have been processed yesterday. I didn't recognize the entry -- which by the way looks like this: ACT*ACTIVE-NETWORK 877-228-4881 CA -- so I googled the associated phone number and the first entry that came up was whatsthatcharge.com, where this has happened to lots of people. I called the number, asked what was what, and was told that I had never canceled something I don't recall signing up for in the first place. Huh? I joined a cross-country ski club here in Madison, WI, and the club uses active.com to process the membership payment online. Apparently there is fine print about trying out "active.com" -- whatever it is or does -- for 30 days or something in order to receive discounts on races and who knows what else. BUT if you don't cancel your active.com "subscription," you will be charged a hefty $64.95 a full year AFTER you unintentionally signed up for it (and certainly forgot about a year later). To be fair, the person at active.com told me my card would be refunded within three business days. But the cost for a phantom membership was twice the amount of the stupid ski club I wanted to join in the first place! And if I hadn't checked my bank account, I'd be out 65 bucks for something I've never used, heard of, or know anything about!

Quick question: why must it take three days to process? Seriously? I am quite confident that if I purchased something from active.com today, that transaction would go through immediately, not three days from now. Either way, I'm out 65 bucks for the time being.

The upshot: I'm glad they will refund my account without the hassle (though you best be believing I will be checking my checking account to make sure active.com follows through!), but what a pain in the ass and very probably sneaky/unethical business model! For that alone I will never use anything associated or in partnership with active.com. Is that the bottom line of active.com -- do nothing and they will charge you a fee?!?

active.com, they organize racing type events, runs, triathlons, etc

I registered for a 5k Run, then one month later this charge for $59.95 was on my account, I called in and they agreed to cancel my "membership" and refund my money. I never signed up for it, and was charge for the race at the time I registered. I find it very rude, and disrespectful. Don't touch my money unless I agree to allow you to take it or sign up for something on my own! Not Happy! I have yet to receive an email that says it has been cancelled or get my money back.

This organization serves as a tool for online donations for different organizations. Here is their website: http://www.activegiving.com/ I made a donation to cyclists raising money for Tanzania. I had to look this up, because I did not recognize the transaction when it came through as ACT donation. Legitimate.

Legitimate but shady business practices. They charged me the $59.99 membership fee since I didn't click on a hidden "opt out" button when making another purchase. They refunded me, but still very unethical practices.

Legit charge. This was for my son's swimming lessons through the city parks and rec department.

ACT CCFA - donation towards Crohns colitis marathon

ACT 877-228-4881 in Chesterfield:Used to process your payment when signing up for a class at our local park and recreations center. Thank you all for helping me figure this out. ~Meme

It's a credit card processor and the charge was legitimate for a golf round I paid for. Rather than listing the transaction for the golf course, the charge showed it was from ACT.

Confusing, but not criminal.

Unauthorized additional charge for a race entry fee. This is an annual fee for being able to sign up for race events. I called and asked for a refund. A very poor business model.

This is a ridiculous! I too was charged $64.59! What brothers me most is that my donation was originally made for a young girl I knew who was desperately I'll with cancer! How does this sort of thing happen? Makes me soooo angry! Wonder how many people get ripped off this way and don't realize it. Active Network you suck! How dare you!!

It's usually a charge for parks & recreation, or something for the community. Such as sports registration, race/marathon registration, maybe you paid for an activity at a park, etc.

Mine showed up after paying the park for a drive through of Christmas lights. It was the only thing for that amount, but I went ahead and did some research and that's what it's for.

My daughter registered for a 5k and the system prompts for an email address to confirm the registration - but by doing this you accept a $59.95 year membership. Contacted Active.COM at the indicated phone number and was told a credit would be issued.

I signed up for a Marathon a few weekends ago and then this charge mysteriously appeared. I called the number listed on the card and it looks like I must have been signed up for this $59.95/mo membership (which I did not intentionally sign up for). If you call them they remove it with no hassle but it's still a crock. I never signed up for a monthly membership!

HERE IS THE ANSWER: ACT is just a Bank Card transaction company. I traced the charges back to my local community center for my son's tennis lessons! I told them they need to put a sign up or an explanation of charges next to the debit/credit card reader that the charges will read: ACT (your city usually) and the company number. OR, ACT needs to get their ACT together, and at least POST the name of the company or center the charge originated from. "Marin Community Center" would have explained everything. What a headache!

Original chart for $13 for a city water park - which was legit. But then a charge of $64.95 showed up about a week later. I don't understand how this is legal at all. I never signed anything besides the receipt for $13 at the water park. This organization should be shut down.

A charge of $64.95 showed up on my bank statement this morning. After calling them I was told it was an annual fee that kicked in when I made ticket reservations for Hearst Castle! I agree with a previous comment, this is a very BAD business model.

I was charged $146.73 on my debit card. I have not clicked on anything or made any donation, I DON'T even know who or what this organization is (except for what I have read here). I called my bank to cancel my card/account because this is considered theft to me. They left only a few dollars the account they took the money from!!!! I have asked the bank to press charges after they do further investigation!!! They are crediting me back my funds but they also pulled up this website & promised me that they are definitely looking into this case/situation so others will not have the same happen to them.

This is a ridiculous! I too was charged $64.59! What brothers me most is that my donation was originally made for a young girl I knew who was desperately I'll with cancer! How does this sort of thing happen? Makes me soooo angry! Wonder how many people get ripped off this way and don't realize it. Active Network you suck! How dare you!!

thank you for all the postings!!! I signed up for a 5k and got a $64.95 charge. called the 877 number and they cancelled it and did a 100 percent refund. I am going to contact the program that ran the race and let them know.

Its a 3rd party credit card processing service. I received 2 charges for the same amount on my debit card. I thought it was a fraudulent charge. It turn out to be the service the park district uses to process their day care service charges. I have 2 boys and completely forgot they run the charges on the first of the month.

So many of you people are soooo blind. I can agree that the initial charges for camps, recreation, ice skating, etc. can be legit. It's the unauthorized follow-up charge or charges ONE MONTH LATER that are the fraud-type transactions that's the basis of the complaints on this blog. Check you statement charges exactly one month apart.

It was a charge from our local rec center. I thought it was fraud too, but once I researched I found out it was the charge for my son to attend summer camps at the recreation centers in my town. I agree with one of the other postings on this matter, it would help if the centers posted that they use "ACT" to charge debit and credit card or if signing up by phone to have the employee who is taking your information inform you what ACT is.

School library used this company to pay late fees they are a processing company not a scam

City of Santa Clara Parks and Rec class fee

Community Center used this website to charge an entrance fee for the day. I couldn't figure it out at first but some of the other posts about "events/activities/clubs" reminded me of what it was.

Our city must have used this company for a charge to the "snow day" for kids last week. Thanks for helping me figure this out, everyone who posted before me! Odd way to charge it, but now I know.

This was charged for me when booked for Hearst Castle tickets online visa reserve america. They cancelled after I called in that number. Wastage of time and unnecessary cause of worry, no matter what they are doing, its a shady practice and I am going to complain with credit card company to block them

I was charged once on thanksgiving for 26.00, then again on christmas day for $117.00. I thought that was funny on both holidays and I knew I hadnt gone anywhere so I did some checking and found thta they said I bought a runners guide membership, then a gym membership! Thats funny the last thing i do is exercise, I probably should like everyone else but i certainly never bought those items. Fraud fraud fraud! Beware. When I finally called and reported it to my credit card company, there was another $95.00 charge coming out that day! Unbelievable! The credit card company said this company Active.com is being investigated for phishing scams so watch your info peoples!

registered for a race (which was legit) didn't check off membership and then two months later unsubscribed their email solicitations and got charged a month later. I called and they said they would refund the 64.95. This is poor business and a total SCAM luckily I check every item I'm charged or never would have picked up on it! Be careful!

Gym membership auto-debit.

A charge for $15.00 appeared as ACT*ACTIVE-NETWORK. It was us visiting our local community center, paying the daily fee for using the pool.

ACT*REGISTRATION 877-228-4881 CA

This is the second time this has posted to my debit card. The first time I warned them I would be filing a complaint with the ATtorney General's Office. Apparently they didn't take that threat too seriously as they have posted yet another charge. I don't do races, so don't know why they think they can ding my card. Complaint is being filed with AG of Washington Stage today.

We were charged this as an extra fee when we signed my grandson up for a FirstTee class. We were charged by them for the class fee, but then they added a $65 unauthorized charge. Very unethical.

I was also charged with $64.95 for the annual membership fee. Like most, I was unaware of the charge. I signed up for the run or dye 5k run and kept receiving emails from them and only thought that I was subscribed to them. However, if you call their number they make it quick. The representative I talked to was very nice about it and it look only about 3-5 minutes.

I signed up for a marathon and was charged an additional $65 a month later for a "annual fee". I feel this company is unethical by charging a monthly fee without confirmation from me.

Signed up for a The Color Run exactly a year ago. Credit card company is taking the 64.95 off and handling it for me. bless their little hearts

I didn't recognize it either - it's the company our local parks and rec uses and we charged a pool membership.

Charge came up as payment for tot time pass at local gym. No problems for us so far. Legitimate.

We registed for a race through Active.com, so the charge is legit for us.

Mine was a contribution to the Chrohn's and Colitis Foundation of America. My credit card statement said ACT-CCFA, which I didn't immediately recognize.

Campsites and cabin rental in Colorado - legitimate

Active.com automatically charged me a membership fee 30 days after I signed up for a race. Instead of calling the 877 number listed on my bank statement, I called the active.com toll free number, 888-543-7223. Within 15 minutes, I was connected to a person who is reversing the fee.

I signed up for a race and this charge came a month later. it was 68.48 CAD. Visa helped me put in a dispute.
Their phone number doesn't work and I'm waiting for an email response. FRAUD FRAUD FRAUD

A charge showed up on my bank account from them after I went ice skating at the Mediacom rink for the same amount, so I'm assuming that is what it is from for my particular case.

YMCA-YWCA gym membership monthly auto-charge

At first I was convinced that this was a fraud--the "opt in" box that I see in so many complaints here--but then I got through to the customer service line listed on the bank charge and the friendly person on the other end of the line explained that this is the charge for my local city gym membership. When the payment is pending it shows as act*registration + the phone number. Once the payment goes through it will show the city name + the gym membership.

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I was worried at first about the ACT*registration charge at first but remembered this is a charge from my gym membership I sign up for every month. It just a little weird because they do not have the name of gym so it throws u off

Such a shame that many legitimate organizations use active.com to have people sign up for their events and services. Yes, the races, events and teams are legitimate. But unknowingly entering you into an annual subscription for a service and not even sending you a confirmation of "your new membership" is NOT. It is a SCAM. I have been able to track 2 charges of around $60, one in 2012 and one in 2013, and I have only 3 emails relating to the original race event, and NO email whatsoever that I am a member of active.com. Now how is that, in these days that every (legitimate) company wants you in your records and have your email and sends you almost weekly updates to keep you as a customer? All people here who claim that this is legitimate, are wasting their money, or they are dummies.

I found my credit card charged $254 and it shows "ACT*SantaClara" in the credit card statement. It turns out to be the fee of Santa Clara recreation classes for my kid.

Paid for lunch at McClellan Ranch (public park) cafe in Cupertino, CA. Legitimate.

I signed my child up for tball. A month later was charged an additional fee of $64.95 from this company. So disappointed. Charges are in the process of being reversed, but takes 7 to 10 days. What a rip off!

I called the number available on my bank statement. Turns out the charges are from me taking the kids to a city pool and then again for using the concession stand inside. Whew! Legit charges... thank goodness!

Was curious when i noticed this generic ACT LLB $65 charge on my statement. It happened to be for my child's sports team registration. It was a legit charge.

Our son's highschool uses this company for school fees.

Saw this charge on my account statement for $22.00. After reading the comments here, figured out it could only be for ice skating at my local rink the night before. The problem is, skating only cost me $18. I have no idea why they charged me $22.00. Only $4 more, but still....given all the complaints of people being scammed by them on this page, it's outrageous they are still in operation and allowed to do what they want. Will be giving them a call and filing a complaint.

San Diego Bumble Bee 5K Run

Paid for daughters HS yearbook and PE clothes. Also freaked out at first when I didn't recognize the name. Once I saw all the school related charges posted above, I remembered.

I made camping reservations in September, and then got the email about the "free trial" after that. I didn't pay it much attention, as most "free trials" you have to sign up for, however this past week I had a charge for $64.95 taken from my checking account. I looked online about this and found this site, got the number and called them today. They were very nice, asked no questions, gave no additional sales pitch, and the money was back in my account by this afternoon...even tho they advised it would be 3-5 business days and I would receive a confirmation email.. that I have not yet received. I don't think it's a scam, I think I didn't pay attention when I registered for camping online and didn't uncheck a box or something.

Legit charge for a Sports Physical fee through our high school banker.

ACT MECH RECREATION 877-228-4881 CA is Mechanicsburg Recreation Department Swimming Pool

Local Rec Center membership fee. :) Thanks for those who posted earlier. . . it helped me figure out what on earth this was!!

Zombie Mud Run - 5k registration fee

I paid for a massage at the YMCA. I thought this was a fraudulent charge when I saw ACT registration but after looking into it more, I realized that this transaction was for the massage. I guess a lot of places are using this website and not notifying their patrons. Hope this helps.

I saw this on my credit card statement and it startled me at first. Then I realized that I donated money to a charity marathon that a friend of mine is running. It wasn't a registration charge for me to sign up for a marathon! It was a donation I made for my friend. This charge (at least in my case) is legitimate.

I have one that show on our statement as ACT*Registration for $49.00 and it is for my local community recreation center monthly membership. This is the first time I saw it and didn't put 2&2 together. They could have been a little clearer about where the charge came from.

Hope this helps some.

This is not just a "race charge." This is most definitely a SCAM. I signed up for a race in 2012 and apparently was charged $59.95 a month later. I received email confirmation and a receipt of $30 for signing up for the race, but never received ANY notices that an annual fee was taken out of my account, or an email confirmation that I signed up for an annual subscription to active.com. I was charged $64.95 again a year later in May.

I want to thank everyone for your posts regarding ACT. My daughter and 4 of her friends signed up for a charity run using my cc. I just got my cc bill with the charges through ACT on it and while I know these are legit, because of your posts, I now know to keep a close watch on further cc bills for any extra charges ACT may try to bill me for. Thank you all!!

Local Little League signup for 6-10 year old in South Dakota.

We signed our boys up through one of our city's community centers. This is a legit charge.

This was a legitimate charge for $20 to join our local recreation center.

community center fee

thought it was a fraud, but realized our local pool must use this company.

UCSB rec cent. It seems to be a billing gateway provider

Active.com registration fees for sporting activities, such as 5K, 10K, marathons, etc.

I found the accounts here very helpful; it's how I figured out this was a totally legit thing and was payment for my children's park district swimming. I also appreciate the warning about possible later charges. I'll be on the lookout.

I just got charged 22.00 for ACT REGISTRATION and it had the phone number as well. After reading some posts I realized it was the 22.00 from last night when we went ice skating. I guess seeing the word ACT (as in testing) alarmed me. But it is ok.

for me it was a POOL PASS, local parks and recreation... just didn't know why it said CA instead of FL where i live

legit.

I signed up for the color run about a few months prior. I did not sign up for the membership this is fraud and I'm contacting active.com 877-228-4881 tomorrow for my $64 refund

My bank charge says " ACT*RDLL 877-228-4881 CA " and it took me forever to figure out it was signing my son up for Rainier District Little League!

I registered my son for soccer and this is the change, which is correct.

I almost called my credit card to report fraud. Then I realized after others comments this was for my newphew's Football Camp.

Wrestling team registration

I see a lot of comments about "children" & "legit" on this site. I just want everyone to know, I do not have a child & I do not live in California where my transaction was "made". This is fraud!!! Before you start reading about how legit these people are, I hope you read my post & the post about how they took $146.73 from me. I live in North Carolina and have for 10+ years. Beware of the comments made, could be made by the ones actually doing the scam!!! This is fraud!!!

Just read carefully before you submit. They try to sneak in the annual membership fee but it's not required to register for your event.

My daughter's middle school dance registration which is put on by our local city/parks/rec center. Thanks for the posts I figured it out. If not I would have been calling because ACT in CA does not help me when I am in St. Louis, Mo and it was for a dance!

ACT*City of Cedar 877-228-4881.

Just saw this charge and freaked out about it, but after talking to my wife about it, she did reserve a pavilion at a local park with the City of Cedar Park (TX) for our sons bday party last week. So looks like it it legit.

Showed up on my card statement. Didn't recognize the company. Dug into it and it was from a charitable donation I made to a friends campaign - she collects for charity to sponsor her races.

Phoenix Public Library - legit charge

SPARC Summer Camp registration fee. Took me a minute to realize what the charge was.

Girls on the Run - donation

Daddy/Daughter dance registration. Legitimate.

I happen to be checking my bank statement for something else and came across these charges. I have been charged for 2 amounts every month since October 2013. The total amount which has been taken from my bank account unauthorized is more than $1,600

no idea this showed up on dec 7th 2012 and I never purchased anything that day for it.

Jump to the conclusion, the charge was legit. I had this charge on our card as "ACT*ACTIVE-NETWORK 877-228-4881 CA. Got so angry thinking this must be some fraud or scam. I did some research but then got more qustions after reading this explainations of sports event relating this company since I had no sports activity that would caused this charge. Right before running to the bank to claim a fraud, found out that my city which is in Washington state uses this California company's service for utility billing. I was so embarrased that i already called their service center, claiming I did nothing that caused this charge.

My credit card was charged $65 on November 4th. I went back through my account activity and figured out this charge was for the Del Mar Mud Run held on October 5th. Not sure why it took a month for this to show up as a charge but it is legitimate.

Its how my city charged me for the daddy/daughter dance tickets I purchased.

Soccer team registration

Chula Vista Parks and Recreation uses this when registering online for public classes that are being held. Line on statement reads: ACT*CITYOFCHULAVISTA 877-228-4881

I bought a 20.00 puch card when we took the family ice skating. After reading thru these post's it clicked what the charge was for. Very Helpful info site.

Used by the Tippecanoe county, IN pool and concessions stand.

Just realized that my local rec center in Denver uses this company for my membership,

I was alarmed at this charge on my credit card. I found out it was from our local parks and recreation where I signed up my lil guy for gymnastics.

High School class fees, that I purchased. This is legitimate.

I rented a community center to hold my son's first birthday party. The city's website routed me to this company's website when I paid for the rental. Legitimate.

Bought a 10 round driving range package @ Nokomis Golf Course (Minneapolis, MN). Legitimate.

Thanks to mention of gym above I realized this was a charge for gym membership at local community/ senior center in So Cal.

City of Pacifica in California, Recreation division for swimming lesson

City of Chicago Park District class registration fee. Legitimate.

After spending time with a very helpful representative I realized it was for a volleyball team registration I had made. Ooops - don't assume it's bad!

Smith Richardson Golf Course uses this

Paying to get into a gym we don't have a membership to.

Turned out to be a charge from City Hall of Fayetteville, NC

The charge was for aftercare registration for my daughter provided through parks and recreation in Maryland

Spend some time thinking about what you registered for. I thought it was fraud but it was a charge for my daughters Lax camp. Took me awhile....but thanks to others posts I was able to figure it out. This is not fraud.

Registration fee for a self-defense course. Legit.

Our parks and recreation department uses this 3rd party company to process payments. Our charge was for a park activity.

Legit charge from Active.com for a race registration.

I signed up my son for Baseball and my City's Park and Rec Department used this company to process the charge.

This showed up on my credit card and I thought it was fraud. Turned out it was the registration for my daughter in the color run 5k. It's legit.

The Kroc Center in Omaha apparently uses ACT to process their guest fees. I wasn't sure what this charge was for until reading this thread. Thanks!

Local Rec Center. Legitimate.

Appears to be the charge for signing my daughter up for little league fall ball. Ironically, I noticed it, literally, in the middle of registering my son for his ACT. I was starting to think I must have registered him last month in some sort of fugue state. Anyway, it's legit... if confusing.

Baseball registration for my 7yr. Thanks to this site I figured it out.

Charge from active.com for a race I registered for. Legit.

This was a legitimate charge. I registered my two sons for a race that supported Special Olympics and the $66.55 on my credit card was for this event. I didn't recognize it at first so I am thankful for this website helping me figure it out.

ACT*WATERSIDE AGENCY 877-288-4881 CA Charge for an upcoming race, registered through active.com. Legitimate.

I paid for my kid to attend recreational soccer season in San Jose, California.

Active.com race event registration.

Race charge. Thought it was fraud but it is correct.

Washington State auto tab renewal via the DOL web site.

$28 for golf, didn't realize they used this company

Can you help? What is this charge?

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