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I joined ddfprod a couple of weeks ago and when I decided to cancel my account, I found out that they did not send me an email with the cc processor, so I had to cancel my account via ddf directly. First time I opened a ticket, saying "please cancel my ddfproc.com account", I got a reply, saying "hey, it looks like you are a member of site X, would you like to cancel your account on site X?"
So I opened another ticket with a similar simple and clear instruction "Please cancel my ddfprod account." This time, they played the "Sorry, we're unable to find your account in our database. Please give us the last 4 digits of your cc number, the email account you registered with and your full name."
I replied with my site login, email address and last 4 digits of my cc number, so more than enough data to find me. Sure enough, I got another email, asking me for my full name.
Sorry, but this is a joke! NO cc processor needs that many informations. No other site is cheeky enough to ask for FOUR different identification parameters in order to just CANCEL an existing account. Sorry, ddf, but this is my last visit to your site.
When you join a site and want to cancel re-billing, it got to be smooth...
But this site certainly makes it hard:
When joining, I could not see which billing co. was in question - AND never got a mail back - so luckily I could remember the chosen login/password.
And when trying to cancel rebill, I have 7 choices of billing co. and all of the DDF-sites to choose from - none of them worked - and it took a hell of a time to go through all.
Finally had to write a mail to support - waiting for response, now.
Been a member here a LOT of times in the past - but never been through problems like this before.......for a simple cancel of rebill!!!
When I visited the DDF Network home page this morning I had a window pop up with a 50% off thanksgiving offer with the option to click accept or decline. I clicked accept just to check it out and the price offered was 17.95 Euros. I already signed up at DDF last week through an email offer so I didn't take this particular offer. I didn't get that offer pop up when clicking through from PU so you'll probably have to enter the site url in your browser to get it. It did say offer only valid on November 22nd though.
One would think that a site as well-established as the DDF Network would be testing constantly for viruses and wiping them out, but the reality, according to my anti-virus software, is otherwise. In order to peruse their model listing, I have to click on the "Show More" button at the bottom of the page. And every time I click on that "Show More" button I get a pop-up along with a message from my anti-virus software that it has blocked an attack by various malicious trojans.
So I can't even peruse their damned model listing! Is it any wonder that this is the first time in over a year that I've tried a month's membership to this site? Yeesh!
As others have mentioned, DDF is running a very good promo right now, but it has one big problem or maybe two. One is the right border cross-sale to Porn Access, two is that it doesn't look like you can change your credit card info. From the best I can tell it's an offer for past members and it is going to charge your card they have on file for you since it signs you up with your past username and past password. This is a problem because my credit card expired back in March and I now have a new one with a new CVV code or whatever it is called, the 3 digit number on the back. I'm not for sure why they would use this method to sign-up, especially with a huge discount and a marked cross-sale. I'm not insinuating anything except their promotion could be hurting itself since I don't think it would be possible for my card to be approved. My last membership was in May 2011, so surely they would know credit cards expire?
Just checked my email and found an incredible limited time offer to join DDF Network at 8.95 Euros for the first month (recurring 34.95). Only problem is I just took a double subscription to Art-Lingerie and Only Tease last week so don't have the time to take advantage of another subscription right now.....grrrrrrr.
I was going to join based mostly on the inclusion of Eve Angel Official to get the 30-40 updates from it that I don't have, but before joining, I see this contradiction on the "sites" area in the preview.
At the top of the page, "NEW! We added a new website to the network pass in December 2011 - EVEANGEL OFFICIAL"
On down the page, it says, "(note: Eve Angel Official is not part of the DDFProd Network)"
I may be being overly cautious since the first one says "NEW" but it looks like if you're going to edit in the new addition of a site, you would take the time to remove the note on down the page that contradicts it. I'll never understand these sites that spend all the money they do in programming and leave something this contradictory and basic on a site.
Any current members that can tell me if Eve's site does come with DDF Network?
The PU price for the full network is still $29.95 despite what is posted on the PU home page for the site. So after being bounced from the site because my credit card expired last June I just now decided to sign up again.
They have made several changes in the site and navigation aspects so it'll take a bit to get familiar with it again. I'll write a supplement to Rusty's review once I'm back in the groove, but so far I'm not liking the changes.
In any case, if you are thinking about joining, you might want to sign up before the price goes up from $30 to the PU/TBP price of $45.
It used to be easy to spot recycled scenes since they were usually in lower resolution than 1080p. Well, not anymore since they seem to sometimes stamp "new" updates with 1080p-logo even when the highest available resolution might be 672x378.
It doesn't fool a subscriber longer than one click and then only frustrates. Those previewing and considering joining however might not see the truth?
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