Hudforclosure.com Informative - Get your credit card and charge month for services you did not want!

Review by 2 Jacks 4 Me on 2008-02-20
SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA -- Advertises that you sign up for a $1 trial week. You actually choose the trial week, or 6 months $99, or annual $179.

Then you accept the terms, which you choose, and submit.
Well, a quarter of page below, the term is, if you do not cancel, you will be charged $39. a month.
Where did the monthly come in? You choose one week, 6 months or annual. If you give the credit card for your $1 test drive, why should you agree to terms for monthly, below?
Rip off. Then he did not want to refund me the $38.90 that was billed a week later. Right on time.
I protested, and logged on so he could show me how stupid I am. But, where I submitted, was not any terms above it, or referencing below in small print. Bait and switch. He told me I should not use the internet because I am not savvy enough.

I have been in the internet business before it was popular (a good 20 years, yeah, when you had to use IP addresses manually).

What a jerk.
Comments:3 Replies - Latest reply on 2008-02-21
Posted by moneybags on 2008-02-20:
Call any Realtor. We (me included) will send you the HUD foreclosure list for your or any other area for FREE!
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-02-20:
I cannot understand why anyone would pay for this information. First of all, like moneybags said, any realator will be glad to give you this info for free and besides that foreclosure listing are printed in your local paper every week, again for free
Posted by FoggyOne on 2008-02-21:
HUD has their own website - go there - it is free. Free! FREE!! My kind of website.


Plus, in addition to moneybags and dealerdirect said.

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