UPDATE: It seems some folks are not happy with "The Network for Good" as they solicit donations for charities, apparently without the charity's permission. Their own website confirms that this is the case. As the folks from the Georgia charity who lodged the complaint note, Network for Good scoops 4.75% off the top, which is more than four times what the charity itself pays for overhead.
By the way, if you read that "ripoff report" read the carefully worded "response" below it from "another charity" - it has all the hallmarks of a grooming post!
This posting, on the same site, seems to indicate that someone else had their debit card stolen - $1 per day was charged to the account, they claim. Again, with a debit card, it is harder to get such charges reversed. Changing your debit card may be the only answer - or closing your bank account.
It is not clear that "Network for Good" was the one doing the charging, or merely someone who stole the card. Very weird! Another peel-the-onion kind of deal. The idea of a company like this soliciting donations for other charities without their permission reminds me of how Facebook set up a page for me without my permission, either!