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ConsumerAffairs.com

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4.8 out of 5, based on 6 ratings and
6 reviews & complaints.
Founded in 1998 by veteran journalist, James R. Hood, ConsumerAffairs.com offers consumer news, recall information and consumer reviews to its nearly 4 million monthly visitors. Named among the top 1,000 websites and boasting one of the largest searchable databases of user-generated reviews, ConsumerAffairs.com has helped to educate more than 150 million consumers and receives tens of thousands of reviews each month.
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ConsumerAffairs.com
297 Kingsbury Grade, Suite 1025, Mailbox 4470
Lake Tahoe, NV 89449-4470
800-351-3140 (ph)
www.consumeraffairs.com
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Rating: 5/51

I chose to write a review because Consumer Affairs is a well known resource and I felt like I was being cheated by Sears despite having paid extra for a "warranty" that was supposed to provide for my situation. My review helped me reach a resolution because it would seem those who are able to affect change at Sears monitor your site for complaints about them. It was easy to submit a review. The website helped by allowing the appropriate person to contact me directly. Without Consumer Affairs I would still be engaged in battle.

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Rating: 5/51

I would be glad to tell you why I chose to write to Consumer Affairs. I was really upset that ins co could and would take money out of my account without a word about it. They sent a check for half the amount in about 5 days. They could have avoided the whole problem by telling me I owed for half a month of insurance. I would have been glad to send them a check for it. It was a lack of communication. I wanted others to see what can happen. I did stop payment on any checks from them. I should have done that but I trusted them. I was happy to report the problem resolved and would give it a 5 and recommend the site to friends.

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Rating: 5/51

For the most part I believe ConsumerAffairs.com popped up and therefore I was able write the review. I saw many people that wrote a review about Green Dot had the similar problem I had and or problems that I and/or other consumers may have encountered. I am a person that could not just take what was being said for an answer being that I was with the company for 10 years and they are reputable.

However sometimes things happen and if enough people are experiencing the same issue with no resolve. Sometimes you just have to dig a little deeper to find out why things have happened. It was easy, I had no problem with submitting my review. I was able to see that not just myself was having the issue with the company.

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Rating: 5/51

I chose to write a review on ConsumerAffairs.com because it offers validation from a reputable source. Perhaps the company seeing it here also made them aware I was serious about my issue. It was easy to submit my review.

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Rating: 5/51

When googling Instant Checkmate, I came across other reviews about them on your site. The company responded to my review and offered me my money back. It was very easy to submit my review. The other reviews and the ability for me to post my own review was helpful.

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Rating: 4/51

Due to some unfair business practices by some companies, I thought posting on your website could help letting the general public know about it. I got a immediate reply from a person in their company (a manager, I think) who could otherwise be unreachable. You just register and post, it was very easy to submit my review. Some of the cases in the forum section had some useful information. I would rate it a 4. Needs more account personalization (post history, feedback from others, etc.).

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