Instant Checkmate Vacaville California

Complaint: I tried Instant Checkmate because I wanted to research background information on someone who had taken advantage of a vulnerable relative. Not only did Instant Checkmate not provide me with any information, I was charged over $100 because I neglected to read the fine print. In big bold letters it give you a price on what pricing option you would prefer (which type of account you would like to sign up for), and in very small print it gives you a much higher price almost 10 times that amount that you will actually be charged. I happened to balance my check book that day and that is when I noticed all of the charges. I called to discuss this with Instant Checkmate. After spending about 30 minutes on the phone with the customer service rep repeating the same thing, “you agreed to the charges for the services we provided

Tags: Reservation Online Websites

Address: “” and being put on hold 4 times for the rep to talk to his manager

Website: Internet USA

Phone: I was only credited a small amount of the charges so I still ended up spending over $70.00 for no information at all! I do not recommend this site to anyone. If you still want to use their service I highly recommend you read the fine print thoroughly cause the prices are outrageous and like me you likely will not obtain any more information then what you would get if you looked up someone in the white pages

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