Movie-Boss.com Review: It's a Scam


Movie-Boss.com Scam Alert!

 

What is Movie-Boss.com?

Movie-Boss.com is a fraudulent website which is similar to many scams such as such as GrindPlay, StreamLive, PickaFlick, MCPlayz, Geeker and so on. These kinds of websites always attract people by making them believe they can watch lots of good movies at very cheap membership price or even a free of cost and ask them to register the website by providing their credit card information which claims to be only for the verification purpose. These kinds of websites make you believe that your credit card won't be charged unless your free trial period is finished. However, in reality, it will charge your credit card even if you cancel your membership before the trial period. We can say this because you can find lots of complaints from lots of users about charging their credit card randomly.

 

You can find lots of complaints around the internet where most of the users are complaining about charging their credit card randomly even after they cancel their membership with MovieBoss and when they email to Movie-Boss.com, none of them get any reply from the customer support of Movie Boss.

 

So, this information is already enough to prove Movie-Boss.com is a scam. However, even we believe all the companies have complaints, then also we must know the fact that the legit companies have mix reviews with lots of positive reviews compare with the volume of complaints. But when the things turn out opposite and the volume of complaints win the race, then it's for sure that company is not doing good. In the case of Movie-Boss, even we didn't find any positive Movie Boss reviews but just a bunch of complaints.

 

OK, let's dig out more to find out more about Movie Boss within our Movie Boss review here.

 


Movie Boss complaints. Movie Boss fake or real? Movie Boss legit or fraud?

Movie Boss login and join in link:- Movie-Boss.com (Not recommended to join, it's a scam)


Movie-Boss.com is a fraud/scam

It's not only about the complaints, there are also other things which prove Movie Boss is a scam such as, it hasn't revealed who and from where is operating and running the website and hide the owner details within WHOIS as well. Most of the time only scam companies hide their owner details, not the legit ones.

 

The business model and complaints of MovieBoss exactly matches with other similar kinds of scams such as GrindPlayStreamLivePickaFlickMCPlayzGeeker and so on.

 

Even if you join Movie Boss, you can instantly find out that MovieBoss is a scam because you will not find out lots of movies as it has advertised after you sign up with it. So, making people sign up to the website by showing the product that they don't have is already a scam move.

 

So, now it is clear that Movie Boss is a scam, that's why we have listed it in our Bad and Scams category.


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Comments: 16
  • #1

    Don McCulloch (Wednesday, 03 October 2018 22:21)

    Thank you for alerting me to this fraud. My dilemma is I cannot find any point of contact to unsubscribe/cancel. Are you able to point me in the correct direction?
    donmcculloch8@gmail.com

  • #2

    Patricia Sumic (Monday, 15 October 2018 04:53)

    I just opened my bank statement and have been charged $83.00 Aussie. I don’t even remember giving my credit card. Can I get my money back .

  • #3

    News Online Income (Sunday, 21 October 2018 15:11)

    Dear Don McCulloch,
    There is no way you can unsubscribe from the scammers once you subscribe with them as they already have your submitted details. However, if you have already provided your credit card details, then immediately contact your bank or credit card company to secure your money so that they won't be able to charge your credit card randomly in the future without your consent.

  • #4

    News Online Income (Sunday, 21 October 2018 15:14)

    Dear Patricia Sumic,
    Only bank or credit card company can tell you either you can get your money back or not. So, contact your bank or credit card company. Also, ask with your bank or credit card company to help you to change your credit card so that these scammers won't be able to steal your money in the future.

  • #5

    Rainie (Thursday, 15 November 2018 02:16)

    Thank you for this valuable information. I will not be using it

  • #6

    News Online Income (Thursday, 15 November 2018 02:42)

    You are welcome Rainie.

  • #7

    Rosemarie (Saturday, 17 November 2018 23:15)

    I have had 2 lots of charges that I have no recall of authorising. Cannot find how to unsubscribe
    Can you assist please.

  • #8

    Claire (Tuesday, 27 November 2018 04:13)

    I too have been sucked in to this scam. Obviously I understood from the site I would be able to cancel at any time, but can’t find them anywhere. I’ve just been through this with my bank for another scam and would prefer not admit I’ve done it again!

  • #9

    Kerrie (Thursday, 03 January 2019 00:43)

    Hi I went to the bank this morning to get a rude shock that I had been charged$81 for something I never asked or signed up for let alone give my bank details for them to get it out. How do I get about trying to stop this from happening and see about gettiny money back. And help would be great. Thank a Single mum of five�

  • #10

    Bernard (Sunday, 06 January 2019 13:40)

    Thank you .I was tempted but seeing your info thankfully, I have not used it.and saved my hard earned cash.

  • #11

    Melissa (Wednesday, 23 January 2019 12:02)

    Movie boss kept creeping up on my bank statements but I don't rember ever signing up to this sit.
    It started off at 89p then kept going up and I still didn't take much notice to it till last night I looked and they taking 44 pound then a further 78 pound on the same night so I contacted my bank they realised instantly that it was frud so they canacled my card and refunded me for the past payment and I have to wait till 2 moro for the refund of last night Cleary my bank refunded it and not movie boss please be aware to who you hand your card info to as they will slowly drain your account and when u contact them then is no response

  • #12

    Kerry Tyler (Tuesday, 05 February 2019 17:37)

    Just had my account ripped off by movie boss for $81AUD I have had to cancel my card and get a new one look out don't be conned

  • #13

    Amy spinks (Friday, 15 February 2019 02:24)

    They took nearly 50pound out of my account don't know how to cancel them if anyone can help let me know

  • #14

    Sharyn Morris (Monday, 25 February 2019 17:23)

    I have just changed my credit card only to find these ppl somehow now how my details and are fraudulently taking money from my credit card great. New credit card again!!!!!!

  • #15

    Susan (Saturday, 16 March 2019 18:38)

    Thanks for review, I will not be signing up. Facebook should not allow them to advertise!!

  • #16

    Alex Gavrila (Monday, 03 June 2019 08:47)

    The ad that led me to them said they're cheaper than Netflix. I pay around 10 euros for Netflix, and movieboss was asking 50 euros. Enough to see that they are a scam. And, if you say they don't even have that many movies to choose from...no comment. They probably hide their real address so people can't find them and rip them a new one :)))