However, they all have a bad reputation for advertising one search for $1 but then billing the customer credit card for ongoing fees.
The full story is at https://krebsonsecurity.com/2019/03/hac ... ch-empire/Cybercriminals are auctioning off access to customer information stolen from an online data broker behind a dizzying array of bait-and-switch Web sites that sell access to a vast range of data on U.S. consumers, including DMV and arrest records, genealogy reports, phone number lookups and people searches.
The Atlantic pointed to a sprawling lawsuit filed by the Federal Trade Commission, which alleged that between 2007 and 2011, Willms defrauded consumers of some $467 million by enticing them to sign up for “risk free” product trials and then billing their cards recurring fees for a litany of automatically enrolled services they hadn’t noticed in the fine print.
Many of his examples have expired or have been suspended by registrars like GoDaddy, Gandi, FastDomain etc but the following list shows the live ones.
Please rate these and refer to the Krebs on Security report as evidence.