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I presented for counseling and spent approximately 90 minutes. After much great information and advice, I was not charged "because you are one of the few people that we cannot help". I was actually helped a great deal and I was quite willing to pay for the service. I was so impressed, I would like to be a part of this very well run business.- Michael W.
Provider name locked. very rudely and arrogantly stuck by the signed document and totally disregarded the false information provided by their rep, Provider name locked. . This disregard was also shared with the BBB and Indiana Attorney General, but they have offered to refund 197.50, keeping $400. I wish I had read more reviews before transacting with them as they carried an F rating with the BBB and had their accreditation revoked.
- roberta P.
Mint has very high reviews around the internet for their budgeting services, which I understood at first, but I've found them severely lacking.There are a lot of areas, such as utilities bills and some other recurring charges, that they either don't service, or don't account for well/miscategorize. The website is not easily navigable. The app is somewhat better. What makes things bad is that, for one, they have SO many ads for credit cards. It's ridiculous. You can't just get your business done because there are ads popping up all over the place. And, even worse, they make you take this initial survey in which they ask you to get their credit score through a "free" trial of their credit monitoring program. They're obscure as to when the trial ends, and they charge you 16.99 not for the year, but for the MONTH.
I thought I had until the 14th to cancel and not be billed, but Provider name locked. and behold, there the charge was on the 9th. Any place which does this is bad enough. But any place which 1) requires you to sign up for this trial to get information you NEED to use their site/app, 2) auto renews with absolutely no warning and 3) digs their heels and refuses any refund whatsoever -- that is A SCAM. Plain and Provider name locked. . I've filed a dispute with my bank and will also be seeking Complaint Resolution through Angie's List.
- Leah B.