- Report: #70539
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Complaint Review: Dictionary.com
Dictionary.comwww.dictionary.com Internet U.S.A.
Dictionary.com Lies, false advertising, misrepresentation Internet
*Author of original report: Clarification, changing my claim to a possibility.
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Before the new service was offered they website offered a verbal pronunciation for the words you looked up, now when you click on the pronunciate key it asks you to sign in as a premium member. When you go to thier FAQ's page it states "Everything that was previously free is still free." I dont think so.
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