Zero star review. I was in a rush to renew my vehicle registration. I entered the dmv info into the browser & ended up here. They ended up charging me & 036;3.99 — they do not tell you there is a fee. I also entered my debit card info, still thinking I was on the DMV site. This is a SCAM. I had to block & cancel my debit card. Now I have to go to the bank to get a new one. INFURIATING!!!
eriTo:whom it may concern, I recently had to re-purchase virus protection, then I began too recieve pop-ups from bytefence software,
Terrible customer service. Called to gain information about transferring funds to another investment company multiple times. Requested
Terrible experience. Great reception. Nice and clean office. No problems there. Never judge a shack by its cover. | Took my 2002 BMW 330i
Receiving a life altering health diagnosis, finding yourself in an unplanned caregiving role, or the death of a loved one are a few
Do you feel you are losing control and could use some help? I’ve been a professional counselor since 1992, primarily in the
I believe that I had subscribed to Equator services at one time, likely on a promotional discount. I never got any business from them such
The classic yorkies home company pretended to be trusted, and honest yorkie dog breeders and they asked me questions, got me to fill out
I am so VERY sorry that I did NOT read reviews before going to this money grubbing place. I give people the benefit of the doubt…I
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