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Registered: ‎12-08-2016

Re: staying sharp scam

Message 11 of 14 (3,665 Views)

Scam.  Glad, I used inaccurate information.

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Registered: ‎11-12-2016

Re: staying sharp scam

Message 12 of 14 (3,685 Views)

Ok, I bought and now, the sites been taken down. So, will there be continuing charges of $5.99? I went to the page, with the idea of canceling (which I was going to do right from the start) and then find that I can't acess a thing. So, who do you contact to get this mess unraveled?

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Registered: ‎09-06-2016

Re: staying sharp scam

Message 13 of 14 (4,029 Views)

I agree. Why would you spend that much time and effortwith a company that' going to scam you to get the results? They don't have the integrity to let you know up front; it will cost you at least one month's charges.

Absolutly goes to thir credibility.

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Registered: ‎10-31-2011

staying sharp scam

Message 14 of 14 (4,093 Views)
Just a warning. I just finished a thirty minute "Staying Sharp" memory test which was presented on the AARP website, then found I had to pay at least a one month $5.99 membership fee to see the results! I am really disappointed in AARP for allowing such a scam on their site, and particularly for presenting it so prominently. I guess money (kickbacks) always talks. What a shame. There goes their credibility.