- Report: #523075
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Complaint Review: John W. Scherer - Video Professor
John W. Scherer - Video ProfessorInternet United States of America
John W. Scherer - Video Professor Scam/Theft Internet
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But of course, I got charged $6.95 (twice for some reason) and $189.95 for the CDs. $189.95 for a CD lesson about HTML?! Bill Gates himself would probably come give me a lesson for that much money (crackers and cheese included)! Its ridiculous.
But being the idiot that I am, I figured that the product had simply not arrived yet until I got a VP package in the mail for Identity Protection. Confused by this, I called VP and found out that this is their SECOND shipment. I also found out that this constituted ANOTHER charge of $189.95 on my credit card. $400 dollars for some bs CDs??! Really?
I was able to return the Identity Theft one (refund still pending after 2 months, naturally), but they refused to refund me for the first HTML product which I never received, saying that it was returned outside the 30-day trial period. Apparently, the package floated around in the mail and was sent back to the vendor.
So now they have my $200 AND they have my HTML CDs sitting in their warehouse (which my $200 supposedly paid for). And.. I have nothing. How does this make sense? How is this fair business practice?
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/12/2009 01:09 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/John-W-Scherer-Video-Professor/internet/John-W-Scherer-Video-Professor-ScamTheft-Internet-523075. 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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