- Report: #1035271
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Complaint Review: Eversave
EversaveInternet United States of America
Eversave Eversave refund complaint Internet
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If you buy a voucher and don't check to see if the company being sponsored is still in business or still offering the promotion within 120 days, Eversave.com will not refund your money.
We have had two such experiences with vouchers that are good for 6 months or more, however when we tried to redeem the voucher in both cases the business was out of business.
Eversave's response to the matter is essentially "Oh Well"
They state that we didn't ask for a refund with 120 days?
How could we if we didn't have any knowledge the businesses they are promoting are gone?
Why would you ask for your money if the voucher is good for another 6 months?
Problem is you don't find out until well after the 120 days has expired, and you think you still have another half year to redeem your paid for voucher.
So here I sit sucked out of my cash with absolutely nothing and no help from the Eversave.com rip off machine.
This is a Rip-off and not sure how it can be legal?
Sure sound like stealing to me?
I would like to be a part of a class action on this company
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/16/2013 11:27 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Eversave/internet/Eversave-Eversave-refund-complaint-Internet-1035271. 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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