Is there any legal action I can take against an issuer of debit cards?
Question Details: On 11/1/13 I made a purchase of $116 using 2 separate debit cards to Cinema Now. I had purchased 8 movies to stream to my TV. I was unable to get the movies to sync with my Netgear device. After multiple calls to tech supports I requested my money back as I was never able to use the service. After a week of daily calls they said we'd have our money back on the 8th. When I didn't get my refund by the 11th I made another call and was told I would get my refund the next day. It's now been almost 3 weeks and I still have not gotten the refund they keep promising.
The debit card issuer is not liable, or responsible, for the fact that the movie company was unable to send you movies which would sync to your gear or that they have not issued a refund. You need to go after the movie company for compensation, such as by suing them in small claims court for breach of contract (not providing what they agreed to provide--movies that you could view) or consummer fraud (such as lying about what they could or would do, or falsely advertising their capabilities).