I went online to people’s search and people’s finder came up. They have promo for $1.95 to give you address phone s . It says that if you don’t cancel after 3 days they will charged 20 something dollars. I opt up on the 1.95 and did gave me any me… ph . So I tried to close the page and automatically another page showed up and saw that it was for $9.95. I close the page because I did not want this to be charged. I called customer service the same day and told the lady that I have use the search for $1.95 and that’s all I wanted. Told the lady that there’s another page that popup and did not want this. The lady assured me that there’s no other charges. When I look at my bank acct the next day I saw the $9.95 charged. I was very upset. Called my bank and explained about the charged and they told me that they will take care of this.. then to my amazement the people’s finder charged me $2.50 WITHOUT MY CONSENT…So again I called my bank and told them what happened to me again..i called peoplesfinder and the lady that answerd the second time to explain she was belligerent and rude. I emailed them and told them that I also never consented to this charged at all…I have the emails and the date of the phone calls and I believed that this are people ripping off people for their money….even though it’s only $2.00 it’s the principle of the thing…how many people have they done this that probably was not even aware that they getting riff off by this company. .
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