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WARNER ROBINS, GEORGIA -- I decided to pay for the service offered by freerecordsregistry dot com. I paid 39.95 for the lifetime membership. Only to find that once I registered it was hard to get back into the sight, I literally had to go into another sight (, I believe)and input my login and password that I had created on Free Records Registry. Once I finally made it into the sight I found it utterly useless. I looked up several people including myself and found absolutely nothing. I kept getting the message "No Record Found". So I did a search to see if anyone else was having the same problem. Of course, there were tons of people.

On ripoffreport dot com, I found a msg that said to e-mail, so I did. I sent a general e-mail letting them know I was not pleased with their service and that I wanted my money refunded I also gave them the e-mail address I used when I registered(I DID NOT send them the credit card or card account #). I sent them the e-mail on June 10, 2008 and on June 13, 2008, they sent me an e-mail stating that the money had been credited back to my account. So again when canceling this service DO NOT resend your credit info., just send the e-mail address you used when signing up for the service and this will be enough.

I didn't even use my credit card I used my sisters, but I used my e-mail address and with this they were able to pull the account information. I hope this helps someone else.
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Anonymous on 06/18/2008:
I agree--see my complaint: clicksales aka Click Bank

Also complain to BBB and Idaho Attorney General

432 complaints on Rip Off Report
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Not getting what was paid for.
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I signed up with Free Records and filled out all the information they wanted, they told me it would cost me $29.00 for a year. When I went to pay them through Click Bank, the name appeared as I was confused. They gave me a link to get back to them so I could use their service, after having approved my credit card charge, etc. That is when I found out that it was a phony link, and I could not get back to them. I tried to get back with Free Records Registry, but they would do nothing until I paid AGAIN. They had no contact info. or e-mail address, no way to find out what had happened to my account. I tried to sign in as a member and they kept telling me I was invalid. This is a rip-off outfit taking advantage of people searching for relatives lost.
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Anonymous on 05/28/2007:
$29 doesn't sound free anyway.
adzidek on 05/28/2007:
They should call it Close-but-not-quite Free Records Registry.
sabletaz on 05/28/2007:
Thanks for the info...
Anonymous on 05/28/2007:
Thanks for the information and I hope they didn't steal your information. You should report them and check your personal information QUICK! Good luck
Anonymous on 05/28/2007:
Sabletaz, one of these sleaze ball search sites asked me to do work for them, I refused. All they wanted to do was two things. One: get your info so they could sell it to others at a profit. Two: all they provided was a bunch of links to other sites, they had no data of their own in any data base anyplace. The Internet is rampant with these type of sites. is one of the more honest sites out there, but they do charge more.
Anonymous on 05/28/2007:
Another well known 'free' site is FREECREDITREPORT.COM

The credit report is free only if you sign up for their paid monitoring service.
lowilli on 05/28/2007:
Superbowl, you have nailed it. They call themselves free, and give you the name you wanted, then if you want further info. you have to pay. Nothing is free. I tried Intelius also, but the information they gave was wrong. They paid no attention to the State, or to his middle name, and they even listed women. It was a decidedly male name.
Starlord on 05/28/2007:
Pass, they nailed my wife's bank account one time for $35. The FTC, I beleve, made them change their ads, and if you are fast, you can read that the free report is contingent upon joining the triple something service, which they hit your credit card or bank account for, before you get anything.
southbaypaul on 05/28/2007:
The FTC has one site identified that provides free credit reports, as is required by law. This site allows you to get reports from the 3 big credit agencies, and you can pull them at different times, so effectively you can get up to 3 reports a year.

Check the FTC website for more information.
lowilli on 05/28/2007:
I went to Click Bank to get the money back, as no services were provided, and I was never allowed back into the site. No e-mail addresses no contact phone #'s, nothing. So I asked for my money back. Hope that goes through.
lowilli on 05/28/2007:
Southbaypaul, yes, that is correct! I have received free credit reports before. I have excellent credit. However, this site I am talking about requests $59 for their so-called free? credit report. I did not fall for that!
lowilli on 05/29/2007:
southbaypaul, neither did I. I just ignored the request for money.
luvspoodles on 06/09/2007:
I also signed up. It is a real helpful site, but it is not easy to sign in as a member. Fill out name, state etc for the lookup area. While it is loading, quickly click on "log in" and then you can type in your member email name and password
and get you in. Then on that page click on the upper right "for clients only" and you have full
access to whatever you want. I hope that helps.
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