Usenet Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Usenet is a worldwide distributed discussion system available on computers. It was developed from the general-purpose Unix-to-Unix Copy dial-up network architecture. Tom Truscott and Jim Ellis conceived the idea in 1979, and it was established in 1980. Users read and post messages to one or more categories, known as newsgroups.
Usenet has a system gap due to possible post copyrighted files and users make use of it to send spam, there have been debates to ban Usenet, according to a post published by ensoph.it
"Unfortunately, there are also people who use Usenet to send spam. This is very annoying and is of course not welcome. There is also a gap in the system because Usenet makes it possible to post copyrighted files on the Internet. As a result, there have been many debates as to whether or not to ban Usenet. Normal Usenet users are of course outraged by this and report abuse if they notice it, even to the operator."
Linh Bui says"Tried to download a book in usenet. Evenwhen I choose 14-day free version, it kept charge me for $8. But still not download the book"
Eagle says"It's a scam. One thing is that the service doesn't hold its promise, another is that they make it impossible to cancel the trial period. They are obviously counting on cancellations not going through as part of their business model, and charging people cards against their will. As such it's a criminal organization - stay far away!"
Super says"A scam of the highest order, once you try to cancel your "free" subscription you'll find it very difficult. After finally going through the process on their website you're given a phone number to call! As I cancelled my account I can no longer log in to find the phone number of my customer ID (note this is different from your account ID). Sent them an email and then cancelled the sub on Paypal."
John Byrd says"If all else fails go to there Facebook site at Usenet.nl or Usenet.nl.US and let everyone know it's a SCAM! Hopefully, stop anyone from being another victim."