flixaddict Tulsa Oklahoma Review

I greatly enjoy old, hard-to-find, and public domain movies. Flixadidict advertises they have such movies for free when I searched the web by the title. It is a scam, like their half-dozen or more other operating names. They want you to register: That’s OK. They want a credit card number to confirm you are in a copyright cleared location: Well maybe. I could be using a credit card in another country and they could check my IP address.THEN they tell you everything is going to cost you. There’s a $40 fee per month and fee per view and more. If these places would just tell me UP FRONT about the price I’d make a choice then and there. Then to add insult to injury, after the $3 sign-up fee (not listed anywhere but my credit card statement, in fact, it’s FREE FREE FREE!) then they charge me a dollar to cancel my un-used “membership””. The movie studios choose not to offer MILLIONS of titles after the SONY/Columbia merger and the MGM/Time/Warner/Un

I greatly enjoy old, hard-to-find, and public domain movies. Flixadidict advertises they have such movies for free when I searched the web by the title. It is a scam, like their half-dozen or more other operating names. They want you to register: That’s OK. They want a credit card number to confirm you are in a copyright cleared location: Well maybe. I could be using a credit card in another country and they could check my IP address.THEN they tell you everything is going to cost you. There’s a $40 fee per month and fee per view and more. If these places would just tell me UP FRONT about the price I’d make a choice then and there. Then to add insult to injury, after the $3 sign-up fee (not listed anywhere but my credit card statement, in fact, it’s FREE FREE FREE!) then they charge me a dollar to cancel my un-used “membership””. The movie studios choose not to offer MILLIONS of titles after the SONY/Columbia merger and the MGM/Time/Warner/Universal BC/Turner fiasco

so not only are they not “”printing new copies of books””

they have burned the old copies too. Less than one third of Paul Newman’s film’s are currently available. Only FIVE of Mae West’s 47 talkies are extant new or used. These rip-off “”free movie”” places say they have copies of rare/hard-to-find titles. I don’t know if they do or not. When I tried with the first one

it said “”title not available for viewing at this time””. Please don’t get caught by trying ANY of these services. I’m my experience with them

they are ALL frauds. Ricky Tulsa

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