Gene Sechrest
Versailles, IndianaMember since February 2017

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    • Aug 4, 2017
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    TruthFinder

    Don't waste your money.

    I have looked at other sites in the past and tried one that seemed to be rated fairly good. It was a few years back, and it did not cost much to get the initial report on myself. Over 95% of the information was totally wrong. As an example, it had me listed as having five marriages. I only had two, and one of them was not even listed.

    I have spent a lot of time on the net, am 73 years old, and have learned to watch out for certain indicators of how bad a website is. The first thing I look for is contact info. TruthFinder only has a single phone number. No address, no email, no other way to contact them. The next thing I look for is what information they provide for free up front to show how good they are. These people show you nothing at all.

    The next thing I look for is how much they charge just for a single report. They will not sell you a single report. The next thing is what type of guarantee they have. They have none in reality. That alone is a strong indicator of how much of a rip off the company is. I also look at if they have automatic renewals. That is what a lot of companies use to get more money than they should because of how they do their business. And they have that for sure.

    They publish tons of excellent reviews, far more than they should, which indicates strongly that a lot of those reviews could be fake. I went thru the entire process, but they hold the information on how much it costs until you get to the far end and you have invested tons of time getting there. I did it to see just how bad the business really is. I did not pay the almost 30 dollars with auto renewal. I would have taken it for say 5 dollars just as a curiosity to see what was in it.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    7 people found it helpful

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    • Feb 9, 2017
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    Your Complete Online Safety Handbook

    Good information for the beginner or intermediate user

    First, let me say that this is a well-written article. For sure, the beginner or intermediate user of computers can glean a lot of very good information to start. If the intent was to basically help many of these people to be informed and made aware of various aspects of the topics covered, it serves the purpose very well.

    Please do not take the rest of this review as being "highly" negative. That is not my intent. If I rated the document on a 1 to 10 scale for the general computer user, I would give it a solid 9 for sure. HOWEVER, as some constructive criticisms, I offer my perspective.

    The document covers a wide range of topics. If I were to review it with respect to improvements, I think it could be expanded to about ten times its size in order to adequately cover the areas, to not only enhance the knowledge of the beginner and intermediate user, but also provide a significant amount of information for the more knowledgeable computer user.

    I feel that there are far too many statements that use the more "totally encompassing" words like "never, always, everywhere," and such that can be very misleading or unnecessary. I also feel that in many cases clarification or expansion would better serve the product.

    Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

    3 people found it helpful

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    • Feb 9, 2017
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    145 Scam Hacks E-book

    Best scam-type document I have read

    Everyone who old enough to read in the United States should read this document. And I do mean even the scammers, as it might even cause some of them to look for honest employment.

    Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

    1 people found it helpful

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