IC *FreeShipping.com is the billing descriptor that appears on your credit/debit card statement when you are billed by FreeShipping.com for your introductory trial and monthly membership cost.
FreeShipping.com is a subscription shopping program that offers you a variety of year-round money-saving benefits at over 1,000 stores, from name-brand retailers, including Target, Best Buy, and Macy’s, to specialty shops, like GoPro, Lego, and Barnes & Noble. You can receive 10% cash back, free shipping, and free return shipping on the purchases you make through FreeShipping.com, as well as price protection guarantees and the latest coupons from participating retailers.
As a FreeShipping.com member, you likely joined the program in one of two ways:
Regardless of how you signed up, you likely entered into a trial period and received and an introductory offer (for example, a shipping rebate of up to $10 on your purchase at the partner’s site, or an extra $10 cash back on your first FreeShipping.com purchase). You can claim your introductory offer even if you cancel your membership before the conclusion of the trial period.
If you don’t cancel your FreeShipping.com membership, you’ll see a monthly membership charge, billed to the credit or debit card you registered when signing up.
The vast majority of FreeShipping.com members sign up for the program on a monthly basis. However, some members join on an annual basis. Those members will only see the “IC *FreeShipping.com” billing descriptor once a year, when it comes time to renew their annual memberships.