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Lilieth Bloomfield
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Home report



October10, 2013

I was very impressed with how detailed the report was, it even had things that I may have missed in my search, good job, I will always use this site for all my search. I do hope this is not a scam where am charge hundreds of $$$, but only $1 as signed up for, I will be tracking my account for any other charges, again thank you.

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Karmen Jones
October 11, 2013

Dear Lilleth,

We genuinely appreciate your feedback. If there is anything that we can do to improve your experience in the future, please do not hesitate to contact me at [email protected]

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Karmen J.

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Linda Bobski
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Old information



October9, 2013

Information on site is not up-to-date. Values are not true. Appears some info was from old tax records (which are not always correct).
Info is damaging to the homeowner and misleads buyers.

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Karmen Jones
October 10, 2013

Hello Linda,

We appreciate your feedback and apologize for the experience you recently had with our website and services. Please feel free to contact me via email at [email protected] if you would like to obtain a refund for the charges you have incurred.

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Karmen J.

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Glenda Gentry
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Just another scam from propertyrecord.com



September10, 2013

Said the cost of report was $.50 I got the report which was totally useless. I wrote and text multiple times trying to get an answer. Just kept getting the same run around, never addressing my question. Then I find out they have charged my card $14.95. Go back to their online chat, Gloria tells me she will issue a refund. Now a week later and no refund. I contacted them today and they will "send a check" in 10 days. Stay away from this total scam company. The only service you will get is to separate you from your money. I will be sending all of the correspondence with them to the Tx AG.

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Karmen Jones
September 13, 2013

Hello Glenda,

Our sincerest apologies about your recent experience. We appreciate your feedback and would like to make things right, please contact Karmen via email at [email protected] so we can help you obtain a refund for charges you have incurred.

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Karmen J.

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mira
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Total Scam



July24, 2013

They assure you that the cost for their report is just one dollar, and then charge your credit card for $14.95. Pretty disgusting...

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Karmen Jones
July 25, 2013

Dear Mira,

Sorry to hear about your recent experience with our services. We sincerely apologize and would like to make it up to you. Please contact Karmen Jones via email at [email protected] to obtain a refund for charges you have incurred.

Laura Yanez
September 07, 2013

Same thing just happened to me. I looked on one site and it said that there was only one complaint and it was resolved. They haven't given my money back yet but I'm betting that folks aren't complaining and just taking it in the chin! I think I need to report this to as many scam companies as possible!

Karmen J
September 09, 2013

Laura,

We appreciate the opportunity to address your situation. We apologize for any inconvenience and will use your feedback to improve our services.
If you would like to obtain a refund for charges you have incurred, please contact Karmen via email at [email protected] We look forward to helping you.

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Robert J. Schroeder
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Government Actions



July10, 2013

The following describes a pending government action that has been formally brought by a government agency but has not yet been resolved. We are providing a summary of the government's allegations, which have not yet been proven.

"The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has brought a law enforcement action against the above company alleging the company received more than $450 million from consumers by luring them into "free" or "risk-free" offers. Consumers were then charged for products or services they did not want or agree to purchase. As part of its ongoing efforts to stamp out online fraud, FTC seeks to stop the operation's illegal practices and make the defendants repay affected consumers."

"According to FTC's complaint, the companies used deceptive tactics in offering "free trials" for various online products, including acai berry weight loss pills, teeth whiteners, health supplements, work at home schemes, free credit reports and penny auctions."

"According to FTC, the companies obtained consumers' credit or debit card account numbers by promising they would only pay small shipping and handling fees and also promised phony "bonus" offers for signing up. Consumers had no reason to believe they would be charged for the trial product or extra bonus products, but they were often charged for the "free" trial and monthly recurring fees. Although the defendants offered a money-back guarantee, consumers were often unsuccessful in canceling the charges or obtaining refunds and the process involved time-consuming phone calls and other steps that made the deals far from risk free."

"The FTC further alleged that the defendants provided merchant banks with false or misleading information, in order to acquire and maintain credit and debit card processing services from the banks in the face of mounting chargeback rates and consumer complaints. The companies also allegedly violated the Electronic Fund Transfer Act and Regulation E (issued by the Federal Reserve System's Board of Governors) by debiting consumers' bank accounts without their signed written consent and without providing consumers with a copy of the written authorization."

The Commission files a complaint when it has "reason to believe" that the law has been or is being violated, and it appears to the Commission that a proceeding is in the public interest. The complaint is not a finding or ruling that the defendant has actually violated the law. The case will be decided by the court.

The entire FTC complaint can be found at the link below.

http://www.ftc.gov/opa/2011/05/jessewillms.shtm

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Karmen Jones
July 11, 2013

Hello Robert,

As always, if you would like a refund for any charges, please contact me at [email protected] I will be more than happy to assist you with any refunds or concerns that you may have.

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Karmen J.

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