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The company presents a FAKE Website where they offer you Videos and films
But first you have to register.
When that is done the above offers have disappeared.
In the following hours you find yourself as a customer by a number of porno-sites.
It takes you days to CANCEL these so called memberships.

When you send them emails they refer to a billing site
with an emailadress. However nobody answers on that adress.

The next day you find a lot of VISA (coming up payments)
I needed to block my VISA-card to have them stopped.

However I was charged twice the entrance fee by 2 other companies

If you try to download a video you will be presented with an option to use
a downloadning service costing you money (NO free downlad as they offered)

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  • Jo
      23rd of May, 2009
    +1 Votes

    theses people are scammers they charge u for more thatn one membership fee...scam scam scam...do not touch them please be warned...read befroe u join them

  • Bl
      25th of May, 2009
    +1 Votes

    I was foolish enough to sign up to download a software patch for MAC OSx86 and discovered my credit card was "Declined" so I entered a different card number and guess what, IT WAS DECLINED TOO. Now I belong to four porn sites. I got two of them cancelled (I hope). Will be contacting my bank tomorrow and the Azriona Attorney General's Office as well!

  • Bo
      26th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    Some Good news
    It seems as if my complaint to VISA was (partially) successful
    They have paid me back one of the subscriptions.
    I can live with the rest ($4.95) although I think they are cheaters
    by not delivering what they promised.
    (I guess I learned a lesson)
    The work to unscribe was rather complicated
    I give some hint that might people falling into the trap.

    PORNFLUX I got rid of via support@ememberhelp.com
    MOVIEBOX I got rid of via billing@moviebox.com
    + a special email to webmaster@moviebox.com
    FREEXXXPASSES i COULDNT REACH AT ALL
    CUPIDCAMS I got rid of via support@cupidcams.com
    CAMWITHPARIS I got rid of via cs@slickcash.co
    AMATEURSGALORE was cancelled thru support@BP-report.com
    ACCESSDVD could be unsubscribed via CS@jetts.com

    I really hope I'm clean by now (meneywise) but I keep getting Junk-mail
    Luckily Thunderbird recognize them all as Junk - thanks good for that.


    Other adresses used in my research for unwanted memberships were
    CHARGEHELPER.COM
    and SUPPORT@findsupportonline.com

    Please be aware that you have to react quickly
    Many of these eites offers a 3 day free trial period
    and after that they charge you monthly fees around $20-$30
    (unless you unsubscribe)
    cocksgalore support@ememberhelp.com
    PORNFLUX I got rid via support@ememberhelp.com
    PORNFLUX I got rid via support@ememberhelp.com

  • Bl
      26th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    I just saw something pop up on my statement "Pay-ADVNTNET.COM" Any idea how to get rid of that one?

  • Bo
      26th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    I got a charge on - "Pay-Snmweb Com"
    and another one to "Adjustmentsonline Com"
    and after contacting VISA (thru my bank)
    they reinbursed the sum for the later
    so I assumed the first one was more proper

    But I recommend you login to their homepage
    It seems as if you come to Moviebox.com
    where you can check your subscritio(s)
    and delete them. That seems to have worked for me.
    But DO IT RIGHT AWAY - otherwise they will charge tou for monthly support.

  • Ba
      28th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    I wish I had seen this before I stupidly joined the download archive website. I have had three payments totalling over £75 taken from my bank in the last two days and received countless pornographic emails.
    I've been in touch with my bank and told them to cancel my card.
    I don't know how many more websites I may have been joined up to, I know Moviebox is one of them but where do I find what i've been subscribed to?
    Any help would be great

  • Pr
      28th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    Same problem here :-s I thought (foolish me) to have found a website were I could download a 'how it's made' for my work...
    Now I'm already billed twice for $ 4, 95 and twice for $ 39, 95.
    I didn't keep the email in which I got all the accountinformation. So I don't know how to enter to end my registration.
    I took your advice Boris and sent emails to all the addresses and requested for immediate unsubscribing.
    Tomorrow I will contact my bank to charge back the payments and maybe end my mastercard.
    Hope this will stop as I, too, am getting trash mails every single day...
    Damn, I wish I hadn't found this site!
    Good luck ya all!
    Carla

  • Bo
      28th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    Clarification:
    In order to unsubscribe it is possible to logon to some of the pages mentioned in my previous comment
    and use your OLD VISA- Card info and user adresses.
    (you don't need your registration ID for that and I assume you have blocked your Visa and got a new card)
    SOME of the pages (Chargehelper for example) inform you about your memberships and allows cancellations.
    SOME other will have an adress to contact which might work for cancellations.
    and SOME (like dilyweb) doesn't react at all. I don't think they actually exist
    SOME answers your technical questions but refuse to redirect you to a working cancellation adress.
    It is a hard work - it took me over a week. But at the end I was only charged for $4.95 at one place.
    HOWEVER - the pornmail seem to be coming forever.
    The only way to get rid of those seem to be - to get a new emailadress
    Not a very pleasant solution if you have a lot of valid subscriptions or many people in your contact-list.
    Good Luck!

  • Mi
      30th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    i have also just fallen into this trap, i am in england, and have noticed a charge of £25 going out of my account, to the same address as the original fee for the membership to fastdownloadarchive, which as it happens, hasnt actually got anything to download.i have recieved a couple of mails from random sites. i have just unsubscribed from cupidcams.com, i cant find any other emails from different sites, i will ring my bank and find out where the £25 charge was sent to and try and get it back! ]
    how can a company/website get away with this sort of thing? its totally out of order, and surely there is a law against it in most countries?

  • Ba
      30th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    Thats exactly what happened to me Michael then I had two more payments taken out. One for £25.96 to Chargebreak.com and the other was to Advantageonefee.com, this was for £25.92, both of these have the same email address. The last payment was on the 28th so i'm hoping that nothing else comes out now that my card has been cancelled. I'm checking my bank account a couple of times a day now to see if any more of my money is going out. I was told by the people at my bank to watch out next month to make sure nothing else comes out as these payments are a monthly thing.
    Signing up to that website has ended up costing me nearly £80 with the charges, for something that i've now manged to buy off eBay for £6. 95.
    I'm still getting quite a few disgusting emails so once i'm convinced that this is over i'll get rid of the email address.
    The people that do this sort of thing deserve to rot in hell for the misery they cause to people.
    This site needs to be shut down but I don't know how to go about reporting it or who to report it to.

  • Mi
      30th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    i have just managed to cancel 2 subscriptions, 1 to "camwithparis.com" and 1 with "www.moviebox.xom" both of which ive already paid some money for!! there the only two payments i can see...so far... heres hoping theres no more!

    has anyone had their money refunded? from the sites or their banks? is it worth trying?

  • Bl
      30th of May, 2009
    +1 Votes

    Yes Yes Yes it is worthwhile. What I did was run a Google search on some of the charges that were popping up in my debit card statement and found a page where I could cancel the membership. You'll see a phone number on that page. CALL THAT NUMBER AND CANCEL ONLINE. The ### that answers the phone will argue with you but be assertive and threaten them with legal action. They'll tell you they'll remove the charges in 10 to 15 business days. Write down the number you called, the person's name and what they said about removing charges. Then contact your card company. Tell them what happened and give them all the information on the phone call. They will either back it off or tell you to call them back in 10 to 15 days and then they will back it off. Have them cancel the card ASAP and issue you a new one. That is the best way to get back as much money as possible. It's a hassel but, hey... we all pay the price for our own stupidity sometimes. Aint nuthin free on the internet and downloading files off of an unknown site is asking for trouble.

    Most of the porn sites seem to be related to a parent company called Dily Web. I can't find squat on them online, but here's what I fond on the bottom of a cancelation confirmation:

    Dily Web Ltd. 661-621-9629 866-631-2755 and dilyweb@netbillingsupport.com

    DON'T EVER USE YOUR CREDIT CARD NUMBER AS A MEANS TO IDENTIFY YOURSELF. They will have a blank for you to use to fill in on a verification page. Use your email and the ID and Password you used to try to create the orginal membership.

    Now GO my minions... and be ruthless!!! Hahahahahaha!

  • Bo
      30th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    I agree with the previous writer (NEVER fill in the full Creedit Card nr for verification)
    BUT - the pages I refer to where you can cancel memberships
    (they are in fact a LITTLE serious) never ask for the full info
    and anyway the card is now cancelled if you follow the advice

    And with respect to Dilyweb I haven't even tried to call them
    because an oversea call is fairly expensive from sweden and might lead you into another trap
    EMAILING -them is perfectly fruitless.
    I have sent a dozen of emails but they never answer
    The last one I labelled "DO YOU EXIST?"

    As a funny thing I can mention that when I mailed fastdownloadarchive the first time
    for techninacal help - hey answered me, but when I ask them about dailyweb
    they(fastdownloadarchive) only send a prewritten text to contact DILYWEB.

  • Va
      30th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    I've just blocked my visa because i was charged for the second time in my credit card.


    Lets make some noise to try that no one else be part of this fraud.


    Dilyweb don´t do anything, i think they are active part of this fraud. Ive contact them and told me that no more charges will be done... and the next day a new charge.

    DONT TRUST Dilyweb, chargebreak, advantageonefee, fastdownloadarchives.

  • Mi
      30th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    ok, i am currently in email correspondance with dilywebb about the money i have paid out. i have managed to cancel all the memberships i was joined to, that i know of anyway, and all state that i will have "no recurring fees" so hopefully that is the case.
    now it is just a case of trying to get my money back. i have been fairly forceful but friendly in my emails, in hope they may actually try and explain themselves. i will come back with more once i get the next reply.

    but yes, to anyone who is thinking of using fastdownloadarchives, or baydownloads, or basically any download site that claims to be on offer for £/$3 froma higher amount, as it is probably part of the same scam.

    i will also be looking at who i can report this website to in order to hopefully stop this going on,

  • Mi
      30th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    i have just recieved this from dily web. what do you reckon? i guess we will have to wait and see!


    Dear Valued Customer,

    A refund has been issued to your account in the amount of $ 44.90. Please allow 10-15 business days for the refund to post to your account. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

    If you have any questions regarding this matter please contact our 24 hour Customer Service Center at 866-631-2755.

    Your cancellation of further billing is confirmed.

    Thank you,
    Customer Service
    jt5310

  • Bo
      30th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    Are you sure the email came from dilyweb???
    The signature seem to indicate JETTS (another actor in this game)
    The first 3 digits in the phone number indicates that it is them??

  • Mi
      31st of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    yes it was from Dily Web Ltd [dilyweb@netbillingsupport.com] so i assume its them

    anyway, 2 more charges this morning!!! totalling £50, im taken back abit.

    Your cancellation of further billing is confirmed. <<<<< was the last line of their email last night!
    what a bunch of frauds and liers! i have stopped my card and reported them to trading standards, i would request you all do the same in your respective countries! lets try and get them shutdown.

    i guess i now have to try and get the £75 they have taken back somehow now. hmmmmmmmmmm

  • Bl
      31st of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    This is why I said, call them. When I cancelled online, I still got charged two days later. I called and spoke to aforementioned ### and was told,

    "Well, (harumph)! You cancelled online. That doesn't stop the charges from going through. You should have cancelled by phone, then we would have stopped the charges."

  • Mi
      31st of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    yeah i would call them, but its an international number and will probably cost me another £30 in phone charges, its free in the US, nowhere else!

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