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  •,,,, 1000 Main St Groveport, Ohio U.S.A.,,,, Cisworl Fraud rip you off, heres how to use for free! Groveport Ohio

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Ya want free access to this ripoff service?

This service is nothing but a rip off. You would think from the way advertises that it would be a great deal and a great service but they fail to tell you that they use a 'point' system that costs additional money.

They do however, make this clear in their terms of service so to protect themselves legally. This takes advantage of the ignorance of users and they do not provide any kind of results except to forward you onto other paid services. I have tried dozens of times to get a phone or address result from _their_ service and nothing is ever returned. So for 30 bucks, you get six points and no results.

To top all of that off, if you noticed during the checkout process that they clearly state several times "Do NOT Bookmark / Reload This Auto Generated Page to Avoid Over Billing." This statement is completely false and the only reason that message is displayed is to make the user feel like they should just save the information and move on.

Please, bookmark your receipt page and return often because not only does absolutely nothing happen, no matter how many times you purchase this service, you will realize that they conveniently issue out the SAME USERNAME AND PASSWORD FOR EVERY USER. The only difference is the randomized receipt number that is created for them to track your points.

In fact, this 'receipt' page is SO INSECURE that you can make up or invent your own receipt number and get a new account full of points by just visiting a URL. Funny how you're not supposed to bookmark or come back to this page ever, right?

Don't believe me? Try it for yourself. Think of any random combination of numbers and letters, and replace the text [CODE] in the following URL with your newly created receipt number:[CODE]

example: >>

Visit that URL and you have a newly created Ultimate account with 12 points. Wow, I paid 30+ bucks for that? seriously c'mon guys this is supposed to be a business? I've written software for 15 years and would never think of implementing SECURITY through OBSCURITY. We all have to make a living here.

If it's this easy for someone to create a new account (not sure what it matters, you don't get anything out of it and it's just a waste of time), how secure is your newly attained credit card information in their hands? It's a matter of days before someone has stolen or been sold their whole database of credit cards, which by the way is the only database they ACTUALLY have.

This tip was posted by another person who was ripped off, so I tried it and recieved 12 points and used them several times (with different codes) Be sure to delete any cookies generated by the site to start fresh with another 12 points EVERY TIME!!!!

Dan Columbus, Ohio U.S.A. FOR THIS FUNCTIONAL TIP I VERIFIED 12/23/2006!

brentwood, California

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