Total fraud

I went to the website, which offered police records about anyone I wanted to search for.

I typed in all the info about the person I was searching for, and after a few little hoops I had to jump through, they wanted $1 to show me the records.

I put in my credit card info, email address, and zip code. It was processed and showed me two records results, both of which were NOT the person.

I immediately got on the chat and told the person I wanted my dollar back because the records were not for the right person, and I never opened the ones they sent me.

She apologized and said if I gave her the person’s info, her supervisor would find the correct record.

I replied and said no thanks.

All I want is my money back, and for them to delete my credit card info, name, and email from their records, and if they don’t, I will contact you and my lawyer.

The woman didn’t respond, so I called the phone number on their website and talked to another person who took my zip code and name.

She searched and then came on and said, “It looks like your $18.95 has already been credited back to your account, and-” I went off!!!

I used a few choice words and demanded that I get that money back.

Nothing in the pages I filled out said I would be billed MONTHLY for $18.95!

I said that I would be calling the BBB and my lawyer in the morning and filing a lawsuit against them.

Suddenly, a message popped up in the chat that my account had been removed from their site, and I could expect my $18.95 to show up in my account in 3-5 business days.

I replied that it was better, but they had already screwed up, and I would contact the BBB and my lawyer anyway.

After I logged out of their page, I went back to the search engine results and found a website that tracks scams, and there it was, one guy who was scamming people with more than one website for all kinds of money.

When I got the Search results, it jumped to another website called Member ReportAccess.com. Josh Fraser, as the contact with Mobile Web Media, is the “Owner” of these businesses.

Their contact number is 1-855-803-3397.

I also noticed when I logged into your site that there was a US map with 12 other hits on it where people lost money from the same place because I entered the site name on your search page.

There was even a lawsuit against this company.

Is Police.us.org a legit?

Police.us.org is not running a legit business. They are not aggressive towards customer satisfaction and complaint grievance redressal, Hence 1 consumer[s] submitted negative ratings, and only a few left positive feedback.

Where is Police.us.org located?

Police.us.org is headquarted at US. You can contact Police.us.org by dialing 1-855-803-3397 or visit their website Police.us.org.

How much monetary loss is incurred by Police.us.org’s customers?

According to Police.us.org’s customers, a monetary loss of US $38 has been reported. The severity of entire incident reports is high.

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Reviews: 0
Reported Loss : 38 $
Severity : High
Reported by : Anonymous
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