- Report: #879762
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Complaint Review: NetQuote
NetQuoteInternet United States of America
NetQuote Do Not Use this Company Their goal is to steal you $$$$$ Internet, Internet
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I am a life insurance agent and in need of good leads. I thought that I would take a chance with NetQuotes and hope for the best. They offered 15 free leads to try their service with a $100 deposit. Of course I would use their leads first before my $100 was used.
Well the first 15 leads were bad - 10 of them were either disconnected numbers or people who did not make the request. The other 5 just rang and rang with no answer. When I called to stop the service, the agent said 15 is not a good pool of leads and that I should try more. I asked him "why would I throw good money in for bad leads" and he agreed to match my $100 with another $100 of leads just so I would have a larger pool of leads with one of them being good.
I should have known better....the following leads were even worse....and they tried to charge my card an additional $100 without my authorization.
I called to cancel the service and have my $100 credited...they agreed, then failed to credit me.
Lesson Learned: No such thing as "Free Leads to try our service"
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/08/2012 01:10 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/NetQuote/internet/NetQuote-Do-Not-Use-this-Company-Their-goal-is-to-steal-you-Internet-Internet-879762. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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