4 ‘Joany.com’ Reviews
Joany gave us a quote that was not accurate. We signed up for it and gave them our info. Then silence for weeks. When we reached out to them asking about the status they said the price was completely different than the one they had quoted. They asked for our authorization for the new price and we said no and that we wanted to cancel Joany. That was the last we heard from them and Joany has been unresponsive after repeated emails from us. Furthermore it seems Joany has been trying to sign us up for a health plan that we did not authorize. On top of that the credit card we used with Joany was compromised with fraud, and we believe it was from Joany as it is not a credit card we used for anything else. Please beware of this company! Possible fraudsters. If you already gave them your info make sure you stay on top of your credit report for the next few months. I don’t trust them.
Completed lengthy survey with promise of $50 via PayPal or Amazon. Bombarded with emails asking me to create an account. They followed up their survey by asking for detailed medical records “proving” I was currently enrolled as the photo of my medical card which they previously requested was not enough.
Something fishy going on with Joany. They have a lot of my personal medical details but for what purpose? I do not authorize them to do anything on my behalf. Beware of free services that promise but don’t deliver much in return. They have not paid as promised and it is doubtful they will honor their end of the deal.
Received the offer to complete and insurance survey for $25 to be credited to my inbox dollars account. I did the survey and got to 95% complete and it stopped working. Great, they have all my info and no way to contact them. I did however complain to inbox dollars. Will see where it goes.
I fell for this thinking that I was just participating in a health insurance survey. Early this morning I received an email from Joanny explaining that they hadn’t disclosed information previously and were doing so now. The email included a form they were going to send to my health insurance carrier (indicating all the health insurance information I had supplied during their survey phase)!that I was appointing them my insurance agent and that they were entitled to commissions based on my premium payments! This is not at all what I had agreed to because I thought I was participating in a survey and signing up for free information regarding health insurance. Their web site seemed like an informational portal and a survey company and nothing more. They provided no services to me and their “suggestions” for “more affordable” insurance were insanely high compared to what I paid for my 2018 plan prior to ever hearing about them. Read your emails carefully and beware.