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  • by: GLEN
  • #24298
  • Jan 27, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $235.00

SAFERWEB not safe

  • by: RM101
  • #17722
  • Oct 27, 2016
  • Monetary Loss: $104.79
read an ad in yahoo on saferweb. wanted more information and started entering information I hit the cancel X button but they still got my information. I have been trying to cancel the account ever since. I have already have internet security and do not want anything with saferweb.
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Scammed for recurring payments

  • by: PremiumBullshit
  • #15255
  • Sep 12, 2016
  • Monetary Loss: $0
I reviewed a website starting to speed up your computer, cost $9.95. I set up with PayPal and paid the $9.95. After they received the $9.95 low and behold it came back stating recurring payments. I immediately cancelled but paid PayPal the $9.95. On 7/29/16 I spoke with Debbie at PayPal and she stated it came into them first as a (One Time Payment) and now they want recurring payments. She told me they scammed me and I owe them nothing. I got notified again on 8/25/16 by PayPal that Safer web (even though cancelled was looking for the monthly $9.95. I called PayPal and again spoke with Debbie who stated the same thing about the one-time payment and I owe PayPal nothing. Today again come to another request for $9.95 thru PayPal, I logged a complaint with them and once again I am going back to Safer web to once again make myself clear. It is not even on my computer. They are scammers and liars!
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Signed for a trial. Framed to pay $10 month for following 24 months

  • by: CarlitosWay
  • #14098
  • Aug 24, 2016
  • Monetary Loss: $234
You just set up an automatic payment profile to Here's the information:

Trial Period
For: Super Premium - 24 Months
About the automatic payment you just set up:

Trial period amount: $23.93 USD
Billing cycle: 24 Months
Next payment due: 23-Aug-2016
Next payment amount: $23.93 USD
Start date: 23-Aug-2016
End date: 23-Aug-2018
Next payment detail

Amount to be paid each time: $239.28 USD
Billing cycle: Every 24 Months
Payments start: 23-Aug-2018
Pay with money from: MasterCard Credit Card XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-
Names reported:
Maria Clark
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I have been scammed by SaferWeb

  • by: SierraCarolyn
  • #14028
  • Aug 23, 2016
  • Monetary Loss: $119.64
Exactly the same thing that your other complainants made. Even same amount. I looked at their offer ( a , faster internet). I did not realize I signed up for it. I never saw a price. I'm 72 and living on Social Security alone. I would not do this. I just looked them up and they scam people.
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  • by: larrythelogger
  • #13200
  • Aug 13, 2016
  • Monetary Loss: $23.00
I fell for their VPN ad and signed up for their 4.99 services in July which cost 7.99. They then tried to rob me for 119. I immediately called my bank and they put a stop payment on the charge. I also immediately cancelled my subscription several times and all they did was give me "free" upgrades and links to instructional videos. This was all from their "Customer Happiness Team." Each time (a total of five), I responded by telling them I wanted to cancel. They never cancelled but kept sending "Sorry" emails with more free upgrades. Oh yes, most important is that their service never worked. I've used VPN before in a business account and know how it works and how to set it up. I am in a rural location now and have only cell access to the internet. At this date, I am still waiting for a cancellation AND a refund after over five attempts ALL within their 30 day "guarantee" cancellation time window.
Names reported:
David Wooster, Floyd Smith, Margot Bergman, Edwin Pete, Alan Taylor
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