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Fortune Finders / Unfair and predatory, misleading scam

1 United States Review updated:

Unfair and predatory, misleading scam to offer very low fee and turn around and charge to you another $80-$90 deduction from your account. All of this without providing any goods or services in lieu of the funds they withdraw, very illegal, unethical.

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  • Be
      10th of Mar, 2010
    +1 Votes

    I have tried to cancel, like I was suppose to but I seem to not get through to anyone. From the 1st encounter I havent gotten an email or help or any website that I can go to, to try to use what I have paid for. I am very dissatisfied.

  • Ro
      5th of Apr, 2010
    0 Votes

    I'm can I filed a law suit against them because they doing me the same way, I call requesting a claim form they said they email it to me, and I still havn't receive my claim form yet, that bad business I do not trust them.

  • Pd
      1st of Jun, 2010
    0 Votes

    Yea they did the same thing to me!! I just all of a sudden got $90 deducted off my card and they said it was from Jan. when I got online and I know I did not give them the go-ahead to deduct anything off my card!! They will not refund my money, and I have never even gotten on the site since Jan., and as I remember, it was supposed to be like $24.95 for a year???Someone really needs to do something about them being able to do this, these are very hard times for alot of us and scammers like these people need to be stopped!!

  • Ly
      24th of Jun, 2010
    0 Votes

    Fortune finders is the biggest scam going...they found a fortune but it was in my bank account!! I have been trying to get a refund since late Feb. Each time I call, I get a different person with a different story. Today, their phones seem to malfunction whenever I ask to speak to someone in charge. They withdrew funds from my account over a month after I had cancelled my account...The money came out pretty easy but reversing the process must take a direct command from the Nepalese government!!!

  • Ki
      20th of Jul, 2010
    0 Votes

    Fortune Finders actually helped me out alot. When I was called by an agent there he told me to make sure I called to cancel before the free trial ended. I got my claim forms in 3 days to my email address and I cancelled the same day after recieveing it. I paid $3 and got $219 for the state of Illinois. That ain't bad at all!!!

  • Ki
      20th of Jul, 2010
    0 Votes

    I got money under the name of my deceased Grandfather. It was an old paycheck for $548. He's been dead over 5 years now. Thanks for finding his has helped my family alot since being laid off.

  • Ja
      17th of Aug, 2010
    0 Votes

    Fortune Finders are operating out of the Republic of Panama in the Banco hipotecario buidling.
    They are undre the umbrella of Dialmetrics
    The owner is Noam Egosi and his hench man is Hugo Romero

  • Id
      14th of Sep, 2010
    0 Votes

    Fortune Finders did good for me, i paid $2.74 and within 3 business days they sent me a completed claim form for $200 that i didn't even know about. For that same $2.74 they contacted me within 7 business to give me the option to add 3 family members to my account, and all three have received their claim forms for money belonging to them.

  • Bi
      11th of Oct, 2010
    0 Votes

    Fortune finders called me, when I searched indianaunclaimed. I was told there was over 1, 000.00 for me, but when I called back 2 days later they said they could look for it IF I subcribed to purchase magizines thru them, I told them to CANCELL my order & was told they would, guess what they did not & they took my money with NOTHING in return. I'am contacting the state attorny general & indianaunclaimed to let them know about these thieves.

  • Kg
      23rd of Jan, 2011
    0 Votes

    Anyone that would even think that "there is money floating around somewhere in thin air" and then pay a company like this one to "find" it for them, are complete idiots.

    @ Bill54 - You more than likely work there or are associated with the owners in some way OR you are one out of a thousand that they do actually pay so that it "looks" as though their service is legit.

    It is a total ponsi scheme. They rip off 500 people for 10's of thousands of dollars and then send out a random check to a "lucky" winner who they have "found" money for. The problem is that it is not illegal because you guys click on the "agree to terms" and don't read the fine print; therefore you get scammed. Wake up sheeple!

  • Ma
      21st of Jul, 2012
    0 Votes

    the person in charge of this company name is Mr. Noam Egosi. He is a scammer. He has run this company from Panama and he left all the people that work at the company without paying salary and left the country. DO NOT DO BUSINESS WITH THIS GUY. He is a thief and steal money from people who are poor and cannot afford to lose anything. If you find him WATCH OUT! He will steal and rip you off NO MATTER WHAT.

  • Ho
      19th of Aug, 2016
    0 Votes
    Fortune Finders - internet fraud
    United States

    i canceled before my 7 day trial period was over and they withdrew 89.98 out of my account anyway. i called them, they apoligized and put it back in my account. the next day it was withdrawn again.i called them back. again they apolligized this time they said their boss would call me personally. he did and assured me it would be in my account in 20 days.that was almost 2 months ago. i keep calling but am unable to get through. they are a scam!!

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