Nobody’s looking for you on Mylife.com

Mylife.com makes claims that you can find out who’s searching for you for free, but when you do your free search there is always someone searching for you. This is how they trick you into paying a $7.95 monthly free, and then after you have given them your credit card information, that’s when you find out no one is actually searching for you.

Next Mylife.com over charges your credit card by $100 dollars or more. After they get your cash, then they steal your contacts, and send all your friends spam claiming that someone is looking for them. There’s a class-action suit pending against Mylife.com in the U.S. District Court in Oakland, Calif. Don’t be fooled like others, you will not be reunited with anyone, unless they have been scammed also.

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Keranique, the “Risk Free” scam

Keranique is a regrow hair product, that actually makes claims of a “Risk Free” free trial with a $7.95 shipping charge, which requires a credit card for payment. What Keranique doesn’t want you to know is that “risk Free” trial comes with a 2 month supply purchase requirement, so once you receive their 60 day supply, after 30 days you are sent the next shipment. When you try to cancel after you notice the $160.00 unauthorized charge from Keranique on your credit card, that’s when you find out another shipment is on it’s way.

There is nothing “Risk Free” about subscription products. Never give these companies your account information even if you think it’s just a small shipping charge it’s “Risky Business“, because they will use that information to bill you again and again as long as they can.  It’s hard to even tell if this regrow hair product really works, with all the complaints about fraud, unauthorized charges and the outrageous price, it sounds more like the only thing you will get with this product is scammed.

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Tag Away, won’t make it go away!

If you’ve seen this commercial and thought about buying Tag Away, consumer beware. The only thing that goes away is your money along with your personal information, and you will be left with your skin tag anyway.

There are many complaints about Tag Away giving away personal information, over charging for the product with their buy one get free scam, and the product not removing any tags. Tag Away makes claims of a 30 day money back guarantee, but then claims it takes 30 days for the product to work. So by the time you figure out this product is worthless the 30 day guarantee is gone. Good luck getting any refund, the only thing you will get is calls from other companies associated with Tag Away trying to take your money away.

The WaxVac is wacked

WaxVac has been referred to as a useless piece of junk, a rip off, and just another buy one get one scam with unauthorized offer signups and upgrade charges. They make a claim the item cost is $10.00 plus $6.99 shipping, but in reality this offer could run as much as $50.00 or more with the offers you will automatically be signed up for and billed. Consumer beware.

At least Q-tips won’t leave you broke with a bunch of worthless offers, never give WaxVac your credit card information, because once you do you won’t get a total for your order and the website just goes away and becomes unavailable, then you are signed up for every offer in their book and charged immediately with these unauthorized charges, and will never be able to get a refund.