Unless this has been changed in the last week, It's not a full trial. I fell foul of this.
Not using The Best Porn website to access Devils film gives you a few joining options. One of them is for a 3 day trial at £3. If you let your mouse hover over this option, a pop up appears stating FULL access to the site with unlimited Downloads. It's wrong. I used this method.
Cancelling gets you the usual pop up offering a special £10 deal. I opted for this instead of cancelling but during the first 3 days you still have limited access (you don't get billed until the 3 days are over though.)
If on the other hand you join Devils film using The Best Porn link, it will take you to a slightly different joining page (there's no yearly option). Let your mouse hover over the 3 day option and it reveals the trial is limited.
You've been warned :) (Still a great site though :) )
I hadn't gotten any special offers for ATK Petites in a while, but I checked yesterday and had an offer for a package deal of ATK Petites with Foot Fetish Daily. Even though it was past the official expiration date of the offer, I was still able to use it, luckily, so I'll get to enjoy ATK Petites once again. Foot Fetish Daily is rather a charming anachronism of a site. If you thought that ALS Scan's website was dated-looking before their MetArt re-design, Foot Fetish Daily's site looks ancient. It doesn't look like the site has had a re-design in 10 years or more, but everything seems to work that needs to, so I'll enjoy poking around there as well.
This site, and it's network, was once a great place before ownership changed. They now engage in the shady practice of throttling download speed during various times of the day, that is to say they intentionally and with malice aforethought slow down your speed, even to less than 100 kb/s at times. Of course the motive being to save bandwidth and increase profit. Before you ask, yes I checked this out thoroughly to make sure it wasn't me. For instance, I downloaded simultaneously form Met-Art and this site; Met had my normal speed, OBJ was drastically slower. I did join through TBP discount, perhaps it's only us. But I'll never know, because after I rip the whole site by downloading day and night, I will never join this or any of their sites again.
I don't understand the high rating. Granted there is no download limit. Download speed is fast. Supports download manager. But some of the videos files are less than 20 MB? When you click Back at the bottom you don't always go back to the previous page. The template for the design comes from some free software that a grade school kid would use. That faux wood look is so lame. Some of the spots are left empty as if they will be eventually be filled with updates I guess. I have been a member for 2 days and I already downloaded the low quality videos that I wanted. Going back to scoreland even if the reviewer hate the interface, at least there is a lot more material for less money. And yes, the guy that shows up is annoying.
At least according to the previews. They usually update once a week and have occasionally missed a week, but now it's gone over 3 months I guess the site must have stopped updating all together - a pity for an unusual site.
Still worth joining for the archive content if you've never joined before, but I won't be joining again which is a shame.
I am trying to cancel the rebill since mid January. Inititally I was contacted and I was offered bonus content when I kepp my subscription.I replied and expressed that I still wanted to cancel. Of course there was no reaction from Centrobill and the web form does not seem to work.
I contacted the suport numerous times and I have also tried Nicky from Eurorevenue as the actual content host.
Of course radio silence.
I have been rebilled now and despite numerous submissions via the contact form for refunds on the centrobill website there was no response but auto messages.
Does anybody else has still issues cancelling the subscription?
I've seen them for a while now on the met art network sites, says free day then you are charged $30 or something. Has anyone anymore info, is it legit, can you download anything on your free day and is it possible to cancel in time or do they charge you even if you cancelled as soon as you signed up.
...none of the links work. There aren't even any hyperlinks when hovering over the link to the discount, the one that says to check out ATKGirlfriends.com or even the one for "ask us here". I've tried three different browsers and there's just no reaching the site through my email. Seems someone at ATK needs to learn some basic HTML.
I was told I'd get a reply back within 24 hours.
Well, it's been longer than three days. Nothing back.
However, The basis of my inquiry had to do with my interest in joining this site (Only Silk and Satin)
The only drawback is my intense dislike for pantyhose!
In fact, anything that remains leg cover throughout the entire scene.
I had asked if I could purchase the same subscription without the bulk of the model's screwing up the whole shoot with any form of fabric covering the thighs.
I joined this network just for KinkyCarmen.com. They had 95% of the stuff that I was looking for there, but after looking through all their content (72 videos plus "screenshots" that are actually sharp in 1200x800 resolution), I found everything except for my favorite Carmen shoot. Despite their claims of responding within 24 hrs, the webmasters are completely unreachable. I haven't seen enough of this network to give it a comprehensive review, but I'm not too impressed.
There are so many scenes and models on this site that it has to have something for everyone, myself included. However the vast majority of the models are very thin, very young, flat chested girls doing anal, dp and lots of solo and lesbian, most not doing any of it well. Not my style.
Couple this with the fact that many of the scenes that are from sites that are supposedly included with your membership require you to buy them, and it fast becomes a big con game. One month is enough for me.
I agree that this is a ‘new’ network offered by Fame Digital, but if you subscribe to a lot of Fame stuff like I do you’ll want to be aware of an important fact. The site isn’t a clone of another Fame network, but it offers the same stuff. I’m 99% sure that Mile High is identical to another Fame network, but since I don’t have an active membership to that other network I can’t be 100% sure.
This new network has videos from several studios: Reality Junkies, Sweetheart Video, Secret Sinner, Doghouse and Mile High Selection. The issue is that you can join any of those studio sites and that membership gives you access to a network that includes the others. That network is the same as the new Mile High network but it looks different.
I’m not willing to say that this is a deceptive practice because I don’t accept that it is. I think of it more like ‘badge engineering’ in the automotive industry. A manufacturer makes a car and the various brands get to make minor tweaks and sell it. That’s fair, since a Mercury customer may want to drive a ‘different’ car from what his Ford-driving neighbor has.
My point in this comment is to provide potential members with the information they can use to avoid duplicating a membership.
There are currently 542 DVDs uploaded and two new scenes are added daily. One drawback is that at any given time those updates spread across three or four DVDs so you may have to wait a while for a specific scene. That could be an issue if you take advantage of the excellent value of the full trial. My experience with Fame is that if you keep an eye on your email account they frequently offer great deals.
If you are interested in this version of the Fame site you can read my recent review of Sweet Sinner since everything I wrote there applies here.
Warning! This site tricks you into full memberships with so-called trial memberships! Even if you uncheck their trial offer, you are billed. You get not e-mail on this additional membership. Contacting the site leads to no reaction.
Here's my less than stellar experience with Centrobill. It does have a (sort of) happy ending.
Ten days prior to the re-bill date for an annual German Goo Girls account, I went to the Centrobill website, clicked the 'consumer' button, looked up my GGG account, and clicked the 'cancel' button. Instead of the expected result, the webpage displayed the vague message "Your request has been forwarded to customer service".
No details provided about 'customer service', no contact info, no reference number, no e-mail. A day later I got a teaser e-mail from Marie at e-support24 suggesting "If you stay with us, we'll give you access to some additional sites". I replied with "No thanks - please cancel".
Several days later and Centrobill still showed the GGG account in the same state: active and set to rebill early in Jan 2014.
I sent e-mails to support at Centrobill (with cc: to e-support24) requesting cancellation status. Autobot e-mail responses received from Centrobill.
Tried calling the 877 number - this appears to be hard-wired to an answering machine. (Centrobill, e-support24 and EuroRevenue all share this same number, btw).
After several more days of silence, I sent more e-mails and got more autobot responses.
Three days after the re-bill date, a charge from Centrobill showed up on my CC account.
I sent another (strongly worded) e-mail. Autobot response.
Note that all e-mails I sent were thread-complete.
Finally (mid-Jan 2014), an e-mail from Marie at e-support24 stating:
We have already processed the issue but it can take a while till you get the refund. Due to bank procedure it will take up to seven business days. In case you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me directly.
The e-mail had no direct contact info for Marie.
Three days after Marie's e-mail, a refund from Centrobill was posted to my CC account. So, yay! to that and Thank You, Marie.
In summary: the Centrobill cancel process and is hard to use and evidently requires support staff to manually process cancellations. E-mails to e-support24 will be answered ... eventually. E-mails to Centrobill support result in semi-useless autobot responses. Calling the Centrobill 877 number is a waste of time and effort.
While Centrobill did eventually make good, they had use of my funds for +10 days. IMO: a questionable business practice.
Though GGG does have interesting content, I'll not do business with them again nor with any other site that uses Centrobill/e-support24.
You may wish to consider this and other related user comments before activating an account with GGG/Centrobill.
Creditcard Fraud!! Please read if you are a victim too.
This website makes it impossible to cancel your subscription: they deliberately make it as obscure as possible to explain to you how you can end your subscription. They only give you one option - requesting via an online chatform on this webpage: http://e-support24.com/ . And that webpage is "broken". Any emails sent to firstname.lastname@example.org are only anwered by some vague automated messages, leading you to believe they HAVE received your request to cancel, but then will bill you again.
Not directly relates with this creditcare scam is, but indicating this company isn't very bonafide:
-the fact that they sell all your private information (including real name!!) to spammers, and your emailaccount will get spammed from the day you sign up with them
-when subscribing to this website they try to trick you in a very sneaky way to sign up for another (payed!) website that you never asked for.
Look at the other complaints on this website and see how the webmaster "Sumom Ltd"/"Nicky" always reacts within hours, telling you about a "communication problem" that is "unacceptible", requesting you to either email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This shows that they CAN respond to you almost immediately. However, when you do: again no response.
I tried 4 times now: no reaction.
The only way to stop this is via the creditcard companies. If you are a victim too, and they have taken money from your account after you tried to cancel: Please, inform your credit card company:
-their Tos, especially 7.4, which clearly states there is only ONE way to cancel the subscription
-explain how that webpage that is referred to in 7.4 is dysfunctional
-make sure you keep your emails that you have send to them, indicating you want to cancel your subscription
-provide them with links to this, and other review websites, which have comments from others that have been scammed.
Personally I have a contact within Mastercard, and make sure they will take action. But it is important that other companies are also warned.
Obviously, the billing company is seperate from GermanGooGirls, and their next step - after this method gets blocked, they will simply change company, and it starts over again.
For now, it is absolutely advisable to stay away from this website. If they do decide to better their lives - which I hope, because I like their content! - there are ways to check this before you sign up.
So, if you do want to sign up, do these checks:
-look in their FAQ and see if they give you a clear and simple answer on the question how you can end your subscription
-be very careful if they still try to trick you to sign up for other websites that you haven't asked for; if this is the case, you can be sure they will try to steal from you in other ways too.
Also, it would be a VERY good idea if this website also would give a clear warning..
(I wonder how long it will take "Nicky" to tell about the "communication problem" and this is "unacceptable")
I see I am not the only one that has troubles with this company; I have been a member before, also then I cancelled after the first term of subscription ended because there didn't seem to be a proper way to end the account, but at least, back then, it worked, and my account got actually cancelled.
This time: the online webform doesn't work, and there is NO proper response to any emails in which I indicat I want to cancel my subscription. Although, in their automated responses they clearly indicate that they know I want to cancel, but they simply don't do it and bill my credit card again.
But that's not all: also a few days after I subscribed the spam started coming. Spam that used my real name! I have never ever given my real name using this email account; the only exception being when I became a member of GermanGooGirls.com
It is therefore very clear that they, or their billing company, are responsible for selling this information.
This is what I don't understand: GGG make one of the best porn movies, and their excellent website are loaded with exclusive high quality movies. And then they decide to treat the people that are willing to pay for this content like this; if you are honest enough to pay for it, they steal from you, and as a reward your name gets used for spam.. I mean really.. Is this the way to fight piracy??
Stay away from this website; they don't treat you like you deserve as a paying customer!
I was just checking out this site again and when I hit the join button to check out the price instead of getting the billing page I got something about a NATS Licence having expired whatever that means.
I Was Lured In By The Discounted Price And The Fact That Epoch, Whom I've Dealt With Several Times, Was Their Service.
Quite Simply, The Videos Would Not Download. It Has Been 2 days Since I Sent A Support Email and I Haven't Heard Shit. Just Sent Another But Not Holding Out Much Hope...And, Yes, I'm Going To Be Pissed If I Have To call.
Centrobill ignores that I want to cancel my ggg membership. I try it with the function "Cancel membership", after this I want to contact the support. The message function does't work.
I send a message to the support of the ggg-site. No reaction. What can I do?
Have not been here for quite a while - but the main reason for joining once again are loss of former material - due to external breakdown.
Generally the ups here are the different way of shooting vids - compared to most other main sites - it's got a certain touch of libido and foreplay that a lot of those other top/mainsites miss - and there are some not so well known French models with a different attitude.
And a large number of material.
The downs are too many models that would (probably) not turn your head in the street....
BTW: The join gets you to some French billing co. - not comfortable with that - but after a couple of hits I got to Epoch - and just cancelled the rebill - and got a corfirmation after a couple of minutes......
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