This week, many baseball fans who subscribed to MLB.tv last season found that they were charged with a $125, non-refundable auto-renewal.
Although the terms of this agreement were stated in the terms of service, many users were surprised since they had originally signed up for a $25 month-to-month service.
Jon Bois at SBNation.com explains what happened, in the form of a short story that may tug on the heartstrings a little. Click here to read the original article: http://mlb.sbnation.com/2013/2/28/4040560/mlb-tv-auto-renewal-policy
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