BargainNetwork columbus Indiana

Complaint: I called a number that was given inthe classifieds section of the town newspaper for chep autos and a listing would be given. I called the number only to have to sign up ($1.95 sign up fee) for this and then after 30 days of a trial membership have to call back and cancel or pay $19.80 per month. well I signed up because I need a car badly. Well after I signed up for that I was given all of these 1-800 numbers to call and cancel over various things. 18889990502 doesnt exsist and neither does 18888406303. and the other 2 numbers: 18004360817 and 18884255874 has you enter your home phone number so it can search for you (i guess) but then after about 5 minutes of waiting it says “I am sorry but the data you entered is not valid””. How can it be invalid if I just talked to someone and gave them information???? and then they gave me these numbers and 2 of them dont work and the other 2 says i am not a valid number??? i dont get it. well i will be adding to this i guess in 30 days to see if they took any money out of my bank account. Not only do they have it for finding cheap vehicles but also for cheap homes. this sucks. and why do people have to be stupid??? Katelyn columbus

Tags: Auto Dealers

Address: IndianaU.S.A.”

Website:

Phone: BargainNetwrok.com Columbus, Indiana U.S.A.

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