Contacted Checkpeople through the internet. I was looking to find a name for a harrasing phone call. They said they had the number and I put in my credit card. I never recieved the info and I emailed them. I recieved a reply saying I would be contacted within 24 hours. That didn’t happen. They then started billing my credit card. After they locked me in I recieved a communication that they were sorry they didn’t have the info. But still kept Billing me. This place is a scam. Avoid them. .
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