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David Marchant
Posted: Saturday, December 3, 2011
Joined: 9/13/2007
Posts: 1278

In mid-November, four charges appeared on my debit card for $79.80, $39.95, $29.00 and $0.95. The name of the merchant that made these charges was identified as "INF*", which claims on its web-site at to be "the Internet's leading people search, background check, and public records website!".

I have never used this site and, in fact, I had never even heard of it prior to these charges being made. Needless to say, I rejected the charges and did not lose money.

I did some research on the Internet and discovered that others claims to have been a victim of this business. 


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