I was tricked into signing an auto renewal contract for 2022 baseball select league. I told him I was only paying for the summer and fall season and he directed me to use option 1 as it was cheaper to pay for both seasons in full, which also has an auto renewal policy. I thought I was just signing a payment authorization form.
After looking through my email, I noticed I was never emailed the docusign contract and when I requested it while trying to understand why he was taking money out of my account he never responded. I then disputed the transaction with my credit card company and he sent them the contract that I had signed.
The contract states that I needed to send a cancellation notice on Sept 1 2022. He sent me an email on Oct 6 stating that he sent out communication to remind about the auto renewal that was going in affect Nov 1. I looked through my text messages and emails and did not see that Oct 6 communication.
The main question, does Texas law require the business of business to consumer contract, to provide the consumer notice before the auto renewal goes into affect?
Second, what are the laws regarding if the business fails to send an initial invoice/receipt and fails to send it upon request?
I appreciate any response!