• Report: #200665

Complaint Review: Blue World Pools

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  • Submitted: Wed, July 12, 2006
  • Updated: Sun, July 16, 2006

  • Reported By:SYLVANIA Georgia
Blue World Pools
2533 N CARSON ST SUITE 4925 CARSON CITY, Nevada U.S.A.

BLUE WORLD POOLS Ripoff CONCERNED NEW CUSTOMER CARSON CITY Nevada
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*Consumer Suggestion: you still have a choice

*Consumer Suggestion: you still have a choice

*Consumer Suggestion: you still have a choice

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I just found this web site aftering having my Blue World Pool installed this week. I am sick with worry over what I may have gotten myself into. So far, they have done as they said on installation and products included.

They did however contact us by phone to offer us a shorter finance time and lower interest rate based on our excellent credit history, which turned out to definately be a scam. When the pool was installed this week, they brought a new contract for us to sign that included a $900 (buy down) fee for the so called shorter finance term and lower interest rate, which is 18.5%. Before I would sign, I called the finance department to dispute the difference which was rudley handled.

I guess I should have seen that as a sign, but my husband and I decided to let it ride because we never intended to take the full term to pay it off anyway (since there is no early payment penalty). I have checked with a friend at a local bank on the allegations that they can put a lein against your home and was told that unless I signed a security deed and it would have to be filed in the court house and papers would have to be signed in front of a lawyer.

I also have checked with my local Better Business Bureau and the one in Nevada and their reports are not significant and all but maybe 5 in each state were resolved. So, I am hoping to be in the a rare majority that was not ripped off.

If there is anyone who has not had a bad dealing with this company, I would very much like to hear from them. Also, if they change names, how does that affect your lifetime warranty????

KAREN
SYLVANIA, Georgia
U.S.A.

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/12/2006 11:19 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Blue-World-Pools/CARSON-CITY-Nevada-89706/BLUE-WORLD-POOLS-Ripoff-CONCERNED-NEW-CUSTOMER-CARSON-CITY-NevadaUPDATE-Blue-World-Pool-200665. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

you still have a choice

AUTHOR: Bob - (U.S.A.)

This company does not buy down rates, this is a way that they jack-up the price and make more profits. Their representatives are told to quote 21%, when the actual interest rate they get is 17.99%. So they tell you to pay $900 in order to save $10/month. Now $10 month times 72 months is.. you got it $720. So you apid $900 fees, in order to save $720... REALLY SMART. Randy Travis from FOX 5 has already done a piece on them a couple of years ago. You can get your fees back, and still pay the same monthly payments, by calling the Federal Trade Commission FTC and report them. They had to pay $2000 back on every customer they sold pools to in the state of California and Arizona. They finance company they use is Ionics in Livermore California. Call them and tell them what is going on...

The Attorney General of Georgia is after them, as is the IRS, as is the FTC, as is the US Attorney General.

You have a choice, and try to get at least half your money back. Call FOX 5 today

CYourNiteMare
Columbus, GA
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#2 Consumer Suggestion

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AUTHOR: Bob - (U.S.A.)

This company does not buy down rates, this is a way that they jack-up the price and make more profits. Their representatives are told to quote 21%, when the actual interest rate they get is 17.99%. So they tell you to pay $900 in order to save $10/month. Now $10 month times 72 months is.. you got it $720. So you apid $900 fees, in order to save $720... REALLY SMART. Randy Travis from FOX 5 has already done a piece on them a couple of years ago. You can get your fees back, and still pay the same monthly payments, by calling the Federal Trade Commission FTC and report them. They had to pay $2000 back on every customer they sold pools to in the state of California and Arizona. They finance company they use is Ionics in Livermore California. Call them and tell them what is going on...

The Attorney General of Georgia is after them, as is the IRS, as is the FTC, as is the US Attorney General.

You have a choice, and try to get at least half your money back. Call FOX 5 today

CYourNiteMare
Columbus, GA
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#3 Consumer Suggestion

you still have a choice

AUTHOR: Bob - (U.S.A.)

This company does not buy down rates, this is a way that they jack-up the price and make more profits. Their representatives are told to quote 21%, when the actual interest rate they get is 17.99%. So they tell you to pay $900 in order to save $10/month. Now $10 month times 72 months is.. you got it $720. So you apid $900 fees, in order to save $720... REALLY SMART. Randy Travis from FOX 5 has already done a piece on them a couple of years ago. You can get your fees back, and still pay the same monthly payments, by calling the Federal Trade Commission FTC and report them. They had to pay $2000 back on every customer they sold pools to in the state of California and Arizona. They finance company they use is Ionics in Livermore California. Call them and tell them what is going on...

The Attorney General of Georgia is after them, as is the IRS, as is the FTC, as is the US Attorney General.

You have a choice, and try to get at least half your money back. Call FOX 5 today

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