- Report: #371929
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Peoplefinders When you buy a membership to PeopleFinders, this is supposed to give you access to marriage and divorce records. That's what they advertise on their website. Nationwide
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"When you buy a membership to PeopleFinders, this is supposed to give you access to criminal and warrant records. That's what they advertise on their website.
In fact, PeopleFinders only gives you a very small range of databases to choose from. If you think that 'Criminal with Wants & Warrants' means all records, or most records, or even many records, then you will have spent your money for nothing.
But PeopleFinders craftily chooses not tell you that until after you've signed up and they've gotten your money.
If you are considering paying for this service, don't. It's a waste of money and only gives you very basic information. PeopleFinders is dishonest about what information is accessible to search.
They do not give refunds. And they do not respond to e-mails. And you will keep getting e-mails asking you to renew your membership, even after you tell them why you are not renewing."
Thanks to user Rachel. Hope you don't mind me plagiarizing your post;0)
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/11/2008 10:49 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Peoplefinders/nationwide/Peoplefinders-When-you-buy-a-membership-to-PeopleFinders-this-is-supposed-to-give-you-acc-371929. 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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