Complaint Review: Ancestry.com
Ancestry.com Free trial scam - do not give them your card number, they will charge you, Internet
*Consumer Comment: and what do you do kenny??
*Consumer Suggestion: You are wildly exaggerating and telling half truths about this company...
There are things a site can do to make it clear (or unclear) that they are going to charge you. I have never and would never consent to recurring charges, just dont like em! This site makes it very unclear that they are going to charge you money, and judging from my calls to them I would assume that they have been through this quite a bit.
Yes, I probably should have read their 20 page terms and conditions befor I ticted it, and no, I should not given my card number without expecting to be charged. But thats what scams are all about, taking money from trusting,unsuspecting, unknowing people.
In the end I paid $154.80 for two maybe three visits to a Ancestery.com back in July 2012
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