Is Homeaglow a Scam? See Customer Review

Is Homeaglow a Scam? See Customer Review

I signed up for Homeaglow's initial fee of $19. This was billed along with $49 for their monthly membership fee. When I got my next monthly credit card statement there was another $49 fee, which I disputed. Whenever I called their number I got a recording and a few days later received an e-mail. This has happened more than once and they will not respond with a personal call, just e-mail communications.

I have subsequently determined that they are less than reputable and have gotten scammed for a total of $117 and they still will not respond with a live person to discuss the issues and refuse to cancel my "subscription" though I have requested this several times.

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  • September 11, 2023 at 10:19 AM by an anonymous user from: Atlanta, Georgia, United States

    Home A Glow is the parent company of Dazzling Clean I don't know who owns the membership company Forever Clean or how they are a part of this SCAM. I saw an ad to have your home cleaned for $19.00 2 hours. I signed up using my credit card once they get your credit card they sign you up for a $49.00 membership for cleaning. You cannot cancel the membership and it automatically renews.

    When I have tried to contact Dazzling Clean it is the same automated email. If I want to cancel it will cost me $180.00 to cancel the membership. The public needs to be made aware of the Bait and Switch business model Home A Glow / Dazzling Clean use. Contact your state representatives and Attorney General - Buyers Be Aware!

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