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As is common in such settlements, Aaron's didn't admit that it did anything wrong, but it promised never to do it again."A spy camera in each customer's home," said Walter Dartland, a former deputy attorney general of Florida and executive director of the Consumer Federation of the Southeast, a nonprofit consumer advocacy group.Within 1 to 2 business days you will also automatically receive a separate email with an invoice containing a link to pay for your class using a credit card.I am interested in specific class I heard about on the radio. For the most current number of spaces available for a particular class, please visit our online Schedule and select the specific class for which you are wanting the information.Fee transfers to other classes or makeup sessions are also not permitted. Scroll to the bottom of the page for the booking form.I submitted a booking for a class, but there was not an option to pay. Once you submit a booking online, you will receive an automated “Booking Pending” email with payment instructions.

Your Membership must be current at the time the class starts in order to participate at the reduced CAM Member rate. I signed up for a class series with five sessions, but I can only make it to some of them.Chains with cams can be tightened by rotating the included four cams.The cam is visible in the photo for this product (it's that large part with the curved slot).Thousands of American consumers who rented computers from one of the nation's largest rent-to-own firms were subjected to grotesque and continuous invasions of privacy that secretly tracked their locations and captured their login credentials for credit card and other financial accounts, according to federal officials. Aaron's corporate computers harvested more than 145,000 secretly transmitted emails containing consumers' private data and images, according to a separate class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of consumers.As troubling as that might be, it's not even the worst part. stores secretly inserted into those rented computers also activated webcams that regularly snapped and surreptitiously transmitted photos of anyone and anything within range of the computers. This week, Aaron's agreed to settle federal charges that it played "a direct and vital role" in the installation of the software and the collection of the data by many of its 700 franchised stores.