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Velosolo.co.uk

Velosolo.co.uk

11/19/18

Pathetic, or should I say non-existent, customer service, ordered a couple of items from them, one had threads that stripped whilst attaching it to the bike, instantly rendering it useless, contacted their customer service email address, explained the situation and got no reply. Conveniently, there was no phone number given on the website either. So, they'll just have to be content with negative reviews instead.

Tip for consumers: If you want to loose money and get nothing in return, at least play the lottery or take up gambling instead

Tefl.org

Tefl.org

11/19/18

Check out all the corroborating 1-star reviews on Trustpilot and Reviews.co.uk, then compare them with all the disproportionate, fake 5-star reviews on the same sites. Formerly Tefl Scotland, Tefl England and Tefl Wales which were all just one and the same "company" that was, and probably still is, based in Dingwall, now scamming under the name of Tefl Org UK. Beware, as they are not a legitimate company at all. I signed up and paid but, like many other paying customers past and present, have still yet to receive any certificate or correspondence of any sort from them months after completing my courses (these courses are useless without certification), there is no response to multiple emails to the supposed "customer support" address. An elaborate sham.Waste your money elsewhere.

Tip for consumers: Don't

Tefl.org.uk

Tefl.org.uk

11/19/18

Check out all the corroborating 1-star reviews on Trustpilot and Reviews.co.uk, then compare them with all the disproportionate, fake 5-star reviews on the same sites. Formerly Tefl Scotland, Tefl England and Tefl Wales which were all just one and the same "company" that was, and probably still is, based in Dingwall, now scamming under the name of Tefl Org UK. Beware, as they are not a legitimate company at all. I signed up and paid but, like many other paying customers past and present, have still yet to receive any certificate or correspondence of any sort from them months after completing my courses (these courses are useless without certification), there is no response to multiple emails to the supposed "customer support" address. An elaborate sham.Waste your money elsewhere.

Tip for consumers: If you like giving your money away to scam artists, support your local ones instead

Tinder

Tinder

11/17/18

Waaaay too secretive, convoluted and vindictive in the way that it assigns your "score" or "visibility" and deals out extremely low scores or even suspected shadowbans and such. Suspected to remember facebook accounts/phone numbers and reassign low scores upon account deletion and re-creation, or penalize you in other ways. And now on the verge of making impossible to truly start a fresh account with a clean slate, score-wise, without using a new phone number.

They make it convoluted and difficult to use it in a reasonable way and get any kind of visibility, whilst at the same time penalizing people for deleting their account and starting over again, which they are obviously going to want to do because of how easy it is to unintentionally brick your account.If you are thinking of installing this and liking a selective handful of profiles that you particularly like the look of, and expect those profiles to ever see yours, think again and choose another app/website. Basically if you don't swipe right on somewhere approaching half of the profiles you see like some kind of horn dog you will get a crap score/visibility, if you haven't used your account for a while you get a crap score/visibility, and so on. It's like you're constantly fighting against it to stay above water, and that just isn't beneficial.

They orchestrate it like this, and periodically remove/retárd functionality, so that a minority of users will pay in an attempt to make it useable or restore functionality that was previously available for free, and this obviously works out for tinder business-wise, because the amount of users that are deleting their accounts and will never touch the thing again, without having paid a single penny, is staggering and increasing every day, so they must be getting enough money from these few, paying users to make it worth it.Useful if you are an instagram or snapchat slut and want to increase your followers though.

Oh, and now you have to repeatedly "verify" a phone number literally every few days just to be able to open the app. Yeah, that'll bring in more users and not annoy existing ones...

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Yahoo

Yahoo

11/17/18

Their email client is known and has been proven to scan your emails for personal information to sell on to third parties, and has been doing so for years. If you want your personal data distributed to random and numerous third parties, and some faceless tech company/millennials making money from doing so, this is the site to use.
Bye bye

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Yahoo Mail

Yahoo Mail

11/17/18

Their email client is known and has been proven to scan your emails for personal information to sell on to third parties, and has been doing so for years.
Bye bye

Tip for consumers: If you want your personal data distributed to random and numerous third parties, and some faceless tech company/millennials making money from doing so, this is the site to use

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Doctoralia.com

Doctoralia

11/19/18

The type of website that is set up to ostensibly leave reviews of doctors, but in actual fact only accepts said reviews if they are positive, therefore leaving users unable to leave honest, accurate and fair accounts of any negative doctor experiences they may have had, and thus defeating the entire purpose of a review website. Bye bye

Tip for consumers: Don't

Doctoralia.co.uk

Doctoralia.co.uk

11/19/18

The type of website that is set up to ostensibly leave reviews of doctors, but in actual fact only accepts said reviews if they are positive, therefore leaving users unable to leave honest, accurate and fair accounts of any negative doctor experiences they may have had, and thus defeating the entire purpose of a review website.

Doctoralia

Doctoralia

11/17/18

The type of website that is set up to ostensibly leave reviews of doctors, but in actual fact only accepts said reviews if they are positive, therefore leaving users unable to leave honest, accurate and fair accounts of any negative doctor experiences they may have had, and thus defeating the entire purpose of a review website. Bye bye

Tip for consumers: If you like scams, knock yourself out

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POF

POF

11/17/18

Actively cultivates and maintains fake profiles = bye bye. It's strange because they used to promptly remove fake profiles when reported, then they started to get a bit slow and picky with it for a brief time before recently stopping it altogether, whereupon the site was infested by an even more disproportionately high amount of particularly obvious and repetitive copy+paste fake profiles than usual, leaving the only assumption to be that they are created by pof themselves or purposefully allowed to be created for the same obvious reasons as most other dating sites/apps.

You can now report an obviously fake profile with an obviously 10-year old photo with an obviously different race, age, hair colour than it's photographs, with links to porn websites and account names for bogus messaging/social media accounts in it's description, and provide reverse image search links that prove it's images have been taken from one of the hundreds of places they are uploaded to on the internet, and they now leave them up on purpose... despite still having the report function at the bottom of the page to make it look like they still have a legitimate website...

Tip for consumers: Don't

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FakeSpot

FakeSpot

11/17/18

Wow... they are being bought out by the same people that leave fake reviews on Amazon and countless other websites. I used this website to scan an Amazon page for a new item that I already could see had literally 98%+ obviously fake reviews and it initially
showed up as F-, bad, untrusted, etc. That was in September. Beginning of November there were 4 or 5 more reviews, real ones, mostly lukewarm to negative. I check the same page again on Fakespot - A+, trusted, reliable...

Site that "spots" fake, paid reviews giving fake, paid reviews...
IronySpot.com

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