07-29-2013 10:40 AM
07-31-2013 06:20 PM - edited 07-31-2013 06:21 PM
07-31-2013 06:32 PM
07-31-2013 07:03 PM
IMO, they should nix the trial period. Most folks do it just to get a free report. There's no way you can fully see the benefits in a 10-day trial period anyway.
Agreed! I just sucked it up and bought a year so I didn't have to wrestle with the decision of "Do I realy want it this month? Its like gardening
07-31-2013 07:10 PM
07-31-2013 07:46 PM
Most of there money is made from suckering the window shoppers into a 3 month service. Credit karma offers the same service if your not worried about there unreliable vantage score.
Very true, but only for TU.
08-13-2013 04:16 PM
I just learned this the hard way too. Just a few days over my free time period, and I realize that I now have to pay $45 for the three months because I failed to read the fine print. I know, I know, I know....read the fine print. But when a company resorts to bilking folks out of money only through fine print...then it's an ethical issue in my opinion. When I want to cancel my service, I should pay for what I have used. Based on this, I have a big problem with this company, and will advise anyone I talk to to NOT ever use this service, even the free version.
08-13-2013 09:44 PM
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