Anonymous

Subscriber Beware

To post a review, I had to create an account. A day later, my inbox was FULL of SPAM. Highya sells your email. Just sayin'.
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User's recommendation: Do you love spam?

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ok.

Anonymous
map-marker Manitowoc, Wisconsin

Do Not Review with Highya

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They do not keep your personal information confidential.
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Jailene Wmx

Negative Reviews

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No one can write a negative review about highya.com. They disapprove it straight away.
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HighYa

Hello Reviewer, We appreciate your feedback and would like to assure you that any review, whether positive or negative, will be published, as long as it meets our Review Guidelines. The moderation process could take up to seven business days.

We would really like to take a look at your case and figure out what happened, but unfortunately, there is not enough information from your review on this website to locate you in our system.

If you don't mind, please reach out to us using this form https://www.highya.com/contact-us and we will gladly look into your review. Our best, HighYa Suppor Team

Anonymous

Want spam? Post review on HighYa.com

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Posted a negative product review for Kra'sa Anti Aging Cream on HighYa.com (their "verification" procedure is a bear). It warned consumers to read "terms and Agreement" before submitting an order because it states: "after your 14 day trial period has expired, being enrolled in our membership program for $103.00 plus shipping per month. You can cancel anytime by calling 1-85*-746-****". (Cancelling is not as simple as they claim.) Within a hour spam for cosmetic products similar to the product I had reviewed started arriving into my email box. There are many customer product review sites on the internet, HighYa.com is one I recommend avoiding.
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  • Spam
Reason of review:
Spam
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Guest

I see that HighYa took 8 years to respond to the complaint. Terrible.

HighYa

Hi Reviewer,

We are very alarmed to learn what happened to you and we definitely understand the seriousness of this situation.

As you might know, Highya is an independent review website and we do not sell, endorse or promote any product. We do not send any spam offers to our reviewers.

As of today, 1/12/17, we have not received a single review for the product that you mention – Kra'sa.

You can verify this by looking at our URL of the product review page: https://www.highya.com/krasa-anti-aging-reviews.

There's also a possibility that someone is imitating our website, as that is, unfortunately, a common occurrence.

You may consider reading our FAQ, About US or T&C pages, in which you will see that sending spam would be a clear violation of our policies. We stand behind our brand and we are here to help in any way that we can.

Please reach out to us using this form (https://www.highya.com/contact-us) and we will investigate this matter further to learn who is behind the spam emails. Sincerely, HighYa Support Team

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Good to get a genuine response. That speaks well of your company as anyone who takes the time can tell that you are very engaged with consumers who have posted feedback about your site, both positive, and in this case, not-so-positive.

People who take the time to read your reviews are capable of seeing for themselves whether you're legit or not. And so far, I've been impressed with your content.

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Anonymous

HIghya Another Misleading Review of Stone Street Capital

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Highya has jumped on the trend of reviewing structured settlement buyers, but offers no substance or authenticity and its reviews of structured companies are woefully uniformed and unreliable. Most of it seems like recycled material from other websites. Take its review of Stone Street Capital, for example. Highya claims that Stone Street Capital offers structured settlements to its clients. That is simply not true. Stone Street Capital does not offer structured settlements to its clients. Stone Street Capital offers to buy structured settlement payments as part of a process called a structured settlement factoring transaction How can HIghya be a credible source of information for consumers if its clear that they don't know the terminology? HIghya completely blows the tax treatment of settlements by claiming, inaccurately, that lump sum payments are taxable as income. HIghya also claims that structured settlement are held in annuities. Structured settlements may be funded with annuities. HIghya's minimalist guide to structured settlements provides some comic relief. "Lets say you sustained long-term injuries from the use of a pharmaceutical prescribed by your doctor, and after going to court, you were awarded $1 million for your pain and suffering, as well as for your future medical costs. However, instead of being paid all at once, you agree to a structured settlement, where youll receive monthly checks amounting to $4,166 over the course of the next 20 years". Something wrong with that math, or the sentence construction (or both). You're awarded $1 million and you agree to receive monthly checks "amounting to $4,166 over 20 years". Highya also missed one of the most popular aspects of Stone Street Capital, its adorable cash cow named Moola. She's quite the heffer!
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Cons:
  • Poor command of facts
  • Silly season due to poor research
  • Reviews were not credible
Reason of review:
Bad quality

Preferred solution: Do a better job or dont do it at all

Anonymous

High Ya Structured Settlement Reviews of 123 Lump Sum Are Useless

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What cheeky monkey did Highya's review of 123 Lump Sum. According to Highya, 123 Lump Sum claims "selling a structured settlement is as simple as selling a couch or a car". That was in part, a statement from the website of an entirely different company called Strategic Capital. Strategic Capital or Stratcap as it is known for short, made a similar statement in regard to fixed annuities, not structured settlements. Highya punctuates their reviews with the title Is _________Scam or Legit? So it's only appropriate that it be asked "is HIghya a Scam or Legit?" The reviews don't even appear to be reviews just a lot of fluff from Better Business Bureau and a style that appears to be copied from other websites out there. There is no subjective or objective review which to me indicates potential simian labor. Dr Zaius would not be happy. I wouldn't go so far as to say that HIghya is a scam, but I would go so far as to say that at least so far as the standard its review of structured settlement companies areconcerned, I beleive that HIghya is far from legit.
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$350
Cons:
  • Poor research and unoriginal content fluff
  • Attributed botched quote from strategic capital to 123 lump sum
Reason of review:
Bad quality

Preferred solution: Up your game or stop reviewing this category

2 comments
Guest

John Darer posted this fake review.

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Conjures up the Hillbilly boogie "All of the Monkeys Ain't In The Zoo There's some running loose around me and you" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_pVWayjAgT4

IF he wrote it , in order for the review to be fake, he would have had to write this without seeing the Highya review of 123 LumpSum, a fine company run by Michael Asseff and Andrew Savysky. I read the Highya review and what this complaint says nails it right on.

If he really did post it then it would be truthful review would it not?

Another company which has 11 complaints on here, proudly claims the scoop on the Highya review poster and identifies Michael Davis, a known industry troll of complaint sites as a fake. einsteinstructuredsettlements.com/561-512-****.html

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