Ancestry.com

I never subscribed to Ancestry.com

 

My Complaint: Back in March ’13, Ancestry.com offered a free 30 day trial for researching one’s ancestors. I was expecting more info because of the TV show “Who Do You Think You Are”. I also thought it would be a legitimate site. I deleted the offer every time it came up. I NEVER intended to join or do any further research. On 8/7/13, ANC*ARCHIVES.COM fraudulently withdrew $39.95 from my checking account. I have placed a Stop Payment for any further attempts by ANC*ARCHIVES.COM. I am a senior trying to survive in CA on a small income. That transaction caused an overdraft that cost $35.00. Please visit Anc.com and see the complaint menu. Thank you.

 

My Demand: They must be stopped. I would like a refund of their theft, but I doubt they would ever cough it up

Share Review:
Yes it is. Based on the user review published on Beware.org, it is strongly advised to avoid Ancestry.com in any dealing and transaction.
Not really. In spite of the review published here, there has been no response from Ancestry.com. Lack of accountability is a major factor in determining trust.
Because unlike Beware.org, other websites get paid to remove negative reviews and replace them with fake positive ones.
Ancestry.com is rated 1 out of 5 based on the reviews submitted by our users and is marked as POOR.
Never trust websites which offer a shady ‘advocacy package’ to businesses. Search for relevant reviews on Ripoff Report and Pissed Consumer to see more unbiased reviews.


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