- Report: #530176
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Complaint Review: Real Estate Promoter / Realty Trac
Real Estate Promoter / Realty Trac1323 North Research Way Internet United States of America
Real Estate Promoter / Realty Trac If you use Realty Trac's free trial, and cance it you will get a subsequent charge from realestatepromoter.com or aka eharbor inc. they're terms of service are designed to charge you without your cons, Internet
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After using Realty Trac's free trial, and cancelling that contract, Realty Trac without authorization or my knowledge sent my credit card information to eharbor inc. aka. Realestate promoter.com. They then charged my credit card for 49.95, their terms of agreement are designed to keep charging you without your prior knowledge, and charge you even more to get out of their pariah agreements. There are no refunds, and your only course is to try, and probably unsuccessfully dispute the charge. I've filed a complaint with the BBB. These companies do not make thier money through service, but trying to catch you in malicious presumable contracts. File Complaints to BBB the more the better, and maybe they'll stop these deceptive practices. If any lawyer wants to file a Class A lawsuit just let me know.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/28/2009 03:34 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Real-Estate-Promoter-Realty-Trac/internet/Real-Estate-Promoter-Realty-Trac-If-you-use-Realty-Tracs-free-trial-and-cance-it-you-530176. 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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