New Reviewer

SwizzleTips ripoff

Anything that tells you to enter your cell phone number will take your money repeatedly. I just got off the phone with them and they were charging me two months, the newest charge yesterday. They refused to issue me a refund for both months, including the current month that hasn't occurred. They stated that because I entered my phone number then the 4 digit code that was texted to my phone I agreed to the terms and conditions and the recurring monthly charges. Yeah, scam. I don't even know what it was they were supposed to be doing! Don't do it! $9.99 a month for tips? Whatever!
View full review
ID
#279788 Review #279788 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Mount Laurel, New Jersey
New Reviewer

Swizzletips.com has questionable way of taking kids money.

No difference between swizzletips.com/theconsumerwinner.com and someone who steels from my child. My 6 year old was on the computer playing kids games (games promoted to kids under the age of 10) when ad popped up saying she won either a money card or an Ipad. Plug in a cell number (which is our house phone). Unethical way of cloaking a business by preying off children! Disguise a monthly $9.99 service for diet and dating tips under the guise of a child winning something! Just because the internet has endless capabilities of generating business does not mean basic ethics are thrown out the window.
View full review
ID
#252237 Review #252237 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Loss
$9

Why Trust Reviews on PissedConsumer?

  • Professional auto and live moderation
  • 100% user-generated content
  • Equal opportunity and protection
  • Zero tolerance for fake reviews
  • Verified content

For more information read Blog article