So heres the story: While at my university, I was approached by an individual who was promoting an 'incredible deal' concerning extreme sports activities, such as surfing, motocross, and skydiving. Identifying himself as an 'xtremesocal' agent, he explained this deal to me and that if I bought it, I would be able to participate in many of these extreme activities for a minimal fee of $100.
Being a selfish stupid college student, I couldn't help but let him talk me into it and take advantage of this 'offer'. The agent then pressed my debit card against the receipt and I continued to sign it, effectively giving him access to my checking account.
This happened earlier today. Now I realized that this whole thing looks shady.
Here's their website: http://www.xtremesocal.com/
Here's the actual image of the contract, personal details blacked out: http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/805/img9330.jpg/
Now, they have my canceled debit card, name, student ID number, ZIP code, and signature.
However, I DID NOT place a check mark next to "I agree to pay a 1 time fee..." BUT there is a signature at the bottom.
If there is no check mark agreeing to the charge, does the contract still have legal weight? Can I still be sued for not paying?
And what is the legal status of this contract (with a fraudulent company)?