I had hoped to find a person who struck my car and left with me insufficient information to keep in touch with her. I searched the internet to find Peoplefinder.com, one "free" search, you just follow the yellow brick road.
I took the bait and typed in the name and was shown completely useless information apparently from telephone book listings. The next category was reverse phone number look up, but the free search had apparently been used. For $1.00 I could continue the search, however, somewhere hidden in their advertisement they claim that you know you are now signing up for a $19.95 per month agreement.
You do not know that you have signed up for this service unless you are checking your credit card statement and find a charge from "Recordfee.com". Now you think, what? Look it up on the internet and you are referred to "Whyinfo1" for refund information. They put you through some more hoops and you end up on a chat line to find out you can cancel the service from now on "subsequent service". Which leads me to beleive that they intend to keep $19.95. I have called my credit card company to withold payment on the initial charge of $19.95 and explained that it was for a service I did not receive nor knowingly agreed to.
This site is set up to deceive people and take their money! They have set this up to take $19.95 from every sucker that comes along and will take more until they are discovered by an unsuspecting person who does not diligently watch their credit card expenditures.
I'll be they are making millions and have a legal team to set this up!