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Report: #1513883

Complaint Review: USHOMEDATA -

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  • Reported By: James — Marietta GA United States
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  • USHOMEDATA United States

USHOMEDATA USHOMEDATA.com Claimed to charge $1 for real estate data for a specific house (actually public info anyway)

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In my research for house info for key market info just for one house, this company's services were provided as a web site choice.  They claim to provide the info for $1.  While the info provided is available publically anyway (court filings), this appears to be an expeditious and affordable means.  Some limited info is provided but they charge $22.  Now I read some people have recurring charges.

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