There’s no fun in Farmville anymore.

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This use to be a fun game for most Facebook users who had small farms, but over time the game becomes more of problem the bigger the farm gets. We became so frustrated with it, we had to go on a vacation from it!

  1. The constant Bushel Summary popups while plowing with the combine are just unnecessary and slow game play to a crawl.
  2. The constant “Flash Player has stopped responding” messages have made it time consuming and at times impossible to access the Craft Barn, Gift Box, and many other items on the farm, which slows the game play to a crawl.
  3. The constant popups when harvesting the animal pens makes it almost impossible to get them harvested and slows the game play to a crawl. It would be easier if they were not in the pens and we used the farmhand to harvest, so what’s the point?
  4.  Certain items such as the pen harvester require lots of Farmville cash so that the only way to obtain it is to actually purchase the harvester with real cash!
  5. Once you have expanded all you can for coins, there is no longer a reason to play anymore, because now any expansion will require hundreds of Farmville dollars, which in reality means cash money!

Zynga want’s you to pay for a VIP membership for the game to work great, wait, what? Sure we could pay for this game and these items with cash, but if it works this bad in free mode, why bother?

Well, Zynga I’m going be spending our money on getting far away from Farmville!

 

eharmony will auto renew for you

If you think your going to find your perfect match, or any hot babes at eharmony, think again. Many relationship seekers have complained about signing up for the service, and instantly turning off the auto renew feature, and then being surprised when their account auto renewed anyway when their service expired.

When the subscriber contacts eharmony, they are told eharmony cannot refund the auto renew charge, even if it’s only been several days since the charge was processed through the subscribers bank account. If the subscriber complains enough, eharmony may offer to decrease the service time and provide a small refund, but If they can refund partial why not all?

eharmony is looking to get something for nothing, and that is considered fraudulent practices. They purposely make it hard for their subscribers to cancel their subscriptions, and to take their accounts off auto-renew. eharmony provides no payment notifications, in the hopes that the charges will be overlooked, and if they aren’t, by the time of contact eharmony.com can just tell it’s subscriber it’s to late “No Refunds“.

Instead of finding a relationship, the only thing these subscribers found was an empty bank account. Even eharmony.com‘s free communication weekend is false. Why would you want to communicate with someone over the internet, when you can’t even view their entire profile, because nothing is really free at eharmony!

Consumer Affairs eharmony Complaints

Rip Off Report eharmony Complaints

American Residential Warranty, your claim is Denied!

American Residential Home Warranty, also know as ARW makes claims in their commercial that their warranty coverage gives the Home Owner peace of mind, but once something happens and you call them with a claim, there is always some reason that your claim is denied. The Home Owner is left to worry, and repair items and parts that ARW claims are not covered under their Warranty policy.

Consumers have complained about not receiving the policy, or list of items covered and not covered. Then when they go to make a claim suddenly this list is available. ARW also is the one to place the work order for the repairs and you must use the company of their choice. You the Home Owner are left to wait and wonder about who’s coming to service your needed repair.

This type of warranty is really not worth it. With the price of the ARW policy, and all the non covered parts and claim denials, it’s only more of a headache for the Home Owner than its worth. Always investigate and research a company and their complaints before purchase, only then will you have peace of mind.

https://www.google.com/#q=american+residential+home+warranty+complaints

Flip This Scam

Flip This House

Flip This House (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Look out for this scam coming to your town soon! Armando Montelongo is ripping people off by using his run on Flip This House, to scam fans out of thousands of dollars selling worthless information about flipping houses, with his bait and switch seminars.

Armando Montelongo runs his infomercial everyday, several times a day until the seminar begins, he talks about how he is the #1 real estate investor in the country and mentions his Flip This House episodes. Armando Montelongo claims that you will learn from HIM how to make money flipping houses, then he continues to mention how the seminar is free to attend, but to hurry and call the number at the bottom of the screen because there is limited seating, he also tries to lure you in with offering a free worthless Armando Montelongo DVD and Mp3 Player, which he claims to be worth over $500 just for attending.

What Armando Montelongo fails to mention is he won’t be there, and that this free event is just a sign up for a three day seminar that costs $1400.00, which in reality is all about getting you to sign up for the worthless $30,000.00 bus tour! So don’t expect to meet Armando Montelongo, he’s at home counting all this money from this Bait and Switch Seminar Scam!

See the BBB F rating here

Armando sues his own brother over seminars.

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.

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.