Charges for no service
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA -- I signed up with roomster.com to contact potential renters. Because I didn't read closely enough their agreement I thought they were going to charge me $4.95 per month. I found out that they charged ... read full review8 Replies - Latest reply on 05/29/2013
As most of the roommate matching sites do, Roomster requires you to pay to read messages you receive from other members. After receiving mail, I signed up for the four-day trial. Now the problem most ... read full review
This service is a complete SCAM. They charge your card automatically of $30. I never got anything out of the site...& I live in LOS ANGELES. Like seriously? I found better ads on Craigslist! Then, it took them days to respond to my numerous messages to them through their "24/7" Customer Service line. I even tried to contact them via Facebook and they disregarded me. Do not waste your money & use this site. It is HORRIBLE.Add reply
Beware the Bait and switch. This company was not honest with me and did not readily disclose their practices of asking you to pay and then putting you on a higher monthly fee for a mediocre service. Avoid Avoid Avoid.
I'm reporting them to the Better Business Bureau.
So basically I had an account with them for a while, and emailed people all the time and never was prompted to pay. I finally got some emails back, and of course they ask me to pay. I emailed the site ... read full review8 Replies - Latest reply on 08/25/2009