Parkview Law Parkview Legal Absolute scam. Nothing but lies. Internet I contacted this company to help repair and restore my credit, which I take full responsibility for. What they promise and what they deliver are two different things. I was told during a lengthy conversation that with a continued membership, I was guaranteed to increase my score by 100 points. This of course would take several months, a $450 initial fee, and an additional $89 monthly fee. After several months of no results, I called to cancell my membership. I was told that if after an additional 30 days I was not satisfied, I would receive a 100% refund. I agreed. 2 months later, with the same score I started out with, I cancelled my “membership” and was told to call about the refund. When I did so, I was told I had to pull my credit report, which was no problem since part of their scam requires a membership to “scoresense” as well, but this time I was told that their guarantee was that they would have a deletion off my report, not the 100 point increase. The person I spoke to was only interested in keeping the money I had spent, even when I asked him to review the initial phone call where I was promised a 100 point score increase. When I asked for a supervisor, of course no one was available, and I was left on eternal hold. Do NOT put a penny into this company. The only thing I received from them was a recurring bill, broken promises and lies.
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