Saving Smart is the same as Privacy Protection Plus and there are many others. Both “companies” charged $31.45 to my credit card. So far, I have only called Privacy Protection Plus to get my refund and as far as I know I will recieve a full refund within 3-5 business days. All I can do now is hold my breath and hope they come through with my refund. I am pretty sure they will though because of what I said to the “manager” “Jon” on the other end. Here”s a tip for dealing with these scam companies. Tell them that you know all about their fraudulent company and if they don”t refund all your money immediatley, you will be contacting the police. They may refuse at first and start reading the script in front of them about the membership terms and blah, blah, blah. Once again tell them you want a full refund or you will be calling the police and they will most likely oblige. Persistence and the continual mention of police is the key in getting your money back. Just an addition to my comment above. I just called the number associated with Saving Smart and I talked to the same 2 people I talked too when I called Privacy Protection Plus. I was put through to the same “manager Jon” and once again told him to refund my money and he went through his same script and so on and so on. He agreed to refund my money and when I asked for a confirmation number he gave me the exact same number that he gave me 20 minutes ago through PPP. Needless to say I”m not really counting on my refunds in 3-5 business days, so I guess I really am going to have to call the police. How are these websites still up and running and why isn”t “Jon” in jail? What do we have to do to shut them down? It is pitiful that these people can”t go out and get a real honest job and make their own money. Instead they have to scam innocent people out of their money.
This review (Privacy Protection Plus Review) was originally published at Skeptic Files.
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