• Report: #112656

Complaint Review: Consumer Research Corporation

  • Submitted: Tue, October 12, 2004
  • Updated: Tue, October 12, 2004

  • Reported By:Barboursville West Virginia
Consumer Research Corporation
producttestpanel.com Nationwide U.S.A.

ProductTestPanel.com - Consumer Research Corporation ripoff Internet

*Consumer Comment: read fine print

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I was sent an email from this organization offering a free laptop for testing products. I was curious, but skeptical. I read all of the fine print. It said all I needed to do was sign up for 2 offers. Well I joined BMG music club and Col. House DVD club. Now when I log in it says that I have to complete 3 offers from the 3rd group. I have emailed this company 4 times with no response. There is no address or phone number on their website. I just wanted to put the word out not to fall for this scam.

Melanie
Barboursville, West Virginia
U.S.A.

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#1 Consumer Comment

read fine print

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

Texino here, very busy with stem-cells due to post hurricane terminations.

Got to take time to report that this deal is classic fine print foolishness along with the adage you don't get something for nothing.

First they show a bunch of well known logos but the information says these companies have noting to do with this deal. Then they say that you must take part in at least two trails on THREE LEVELS. The first level has six choices some cost a few bucks some are free. The second level has six choices which cost a few dollars more. Finally the last level requires you to either front $400 to a Canadian Pharmacy, get a car loan or sign up for satellite tv for a period of time. Now, you have spent some amount of money only to be placed into consideration to get a laptop and since Sony is not an actual part of this 'deal' you may well get a machine with no RAM or Hard Drive.

I am glad that you discovered the fallacy here before you signed up for something really expensive.

Good luck.
Texino
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