- Report: #241529
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Complaint Review: Reunion.com
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Jeff Tinsley - Reunion.com ripoff With this type of unethical advertising, how does Jeff sleep at night? Internet
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After paying, it became clear to me that I had been scammed. There was only one person searching for my very unique name. It was someone I'd never heard of from a place I'd never heard of and he was 102 and hadn't been online for over 2 years. This does not seem to me that it qualifies as "2 people actively searching" for me.
I began warning others on the site where you can post comments. I was instrumental in warning at least one new person a day, and didn't even want a refund as long as I could help others. But after 2 weeks, they began to block my comments and I can no longer warn others not to pay.
In the beginning, I felt like they probably offered a good service, but that their advertising lacked integrity, but after reading all the comments from disgruntled customers, I realized that the site sucks and is usually experiencing problems anyway.
How can I stop this from happening to others?
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