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File-Media is another fraudulent website created by scammers to trick online users into registering, by advertising files that they do not have, or books or movies files that they have illegally uploaded. Once online users have registered on the website, they will be charged, even if they only signed up for the 7-day trial period and cancel before it expires. And, the fraudulent website will charge members for canceling their 7-day trial period subscription. Also, File-Media will continuously charge their ex-members different amounts of money, even though they are not using the website, or had requested that the File-Media cancel their membership. is a Fraudulent Website Created by Scammers - The Fraudulent Website

Members of File-Media are asked to contact their banks to block the transactions from or let their banks cancel their current credit card and give them a new one. This is because the cannot be trusted when it comes to cancelling their members' subscription. They may claim that they have canceled their members' subscription, but will continue to charge their credit cards.

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  • September 20, 2017 at 12:09 PM by Philippe76 from: Mechelen, Flanders, Belgium


    While checking my credit cards expenses I couldn't remember exactly where 2 payments were gone to! One was a little more than a 15$ and the other one almost 50$! Luckily I remembered having tried to sign in a website which claimed they are 10x better than Netflix & I immediately knew I was F***d!

    I contacted my bank and blocked immediately my credit card ; So, guys be careful!

  • September 17, 2017 at 10:33 PM by info

    Received via email:

    "I received this alert a few days ago. I went to the site to find the DMCA email address to advise they are offering my book illegally. I could not get past the first window before it asked for my credit card information.

    There was a number (1-844-927-9164) which called in the hopes of either speaking with someone about this or obtaining an email address that I could write to. The only customer support people available were people involved with billing. I asked to speak to either a manager or a supervisor and was told no one was available because they were taking calls.



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