Do not trust these people. All they want is your credit card number. Anytime someone says it is Free trial but we need credit card or bank info, it is a scam. If they are any good why not give the seven days free and let us decide if they are good or not without credit card info? It is not a free trial if you cancel the first day and they keep your money and cannot dispute because it is under $50.00 dollars. They were not supposed to take for seven days? Lazy ripoffs. Anyway believe they are just making easy money.
IRVINE, CALIFORNIA -- I recently signed up on RealtyTrac and my credit card is being charged monthly. My wife and I are expecting a child April 7, 2010 and we expected to use Realtytrac.com for the very purpose of finding that perfect home. Realtytrac claims to have all updated pre-foreclosures, shortsales, and bank owned properties at your fingertips. To the contrary! 90% of all properties on Realtytrac.com are outdated by 3-8 months.
Those great bankowned foreclosure deals you think you will get have been sold 8 months ago. This is the most agregious example of fraudulent advertising on the web. I don't know how Realtytrac is still operating. I've called and cannot even get an educated response to my questions. I've been hung up on three times. Attorney is the next step. Serious Buyer.
CLEVELAND, OHIO -- Stay away from a site called RealtyTrac. You are under no obligation if you decide to cancel. Untrue, I had trouble with the site from day one, cancelled three days later and low and behold, I have an overdraft on my bank account because they took $39.95 out of my checking acct. They should be reported to the attorney general of the state they are located in and I am reporting them to the Better Business Bureau. They STINK!