Victor S.


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I signed up with CallFire in 2010. I paid $125 (the last $25 in 2019) and assumed it would be there when I needed it. Apparently their Terms of Service state that all money is forfeited after 18 months. They basically stole money from my charity that was using them to make robo calls to membership. I failed to notice until it was too late. I asked them to restore my credits but they refused, without explaining the reason for their unjust policy. I admit the platform is useful, but not if they are going to make up rules which permit them to steal money from their clients. There are many other alternatives out there which are cheaper and do not confiscate your balance. Lucky for them that they are not a bank or they would all be in jail for this dishonest, dispicable behavior.

Tip for consumers:
Never, ever buy more credits than you need immediately, as they will "expire" after 18 months. You will have zero recourse. Instead, find one of the many cheaper sites which do not misappropriate the funds you entrust to their care. What a crock. How do they sleep at night when they blatantly rip people off per their "policy". There is no excuse or reason for theft.

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Callfire robo calls


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