This outfit appears to be like others that I have seen reported on the rip-off site. Namely, they first offer a "free" gift for filling out a survey. After you start to fill out the "survey" you soon realize that you have to make purchases from affiliated vendors to claim your prize. O.K. I bit and ordered 8 items from various well known national vendors. All 8 reported back to me within an hour and confirmed the orders. The problem is that only seven have reported back to the OLRC and one (Netflix) has yet to report. They, OLRC, say on their site that it could take up 8 weeks for them to get verification of my order from a vendor. 8 weeks? If the vendors can contact me and verify my orders within an hour what is up with this 8 week business? I have written to the OLRC a couple of times and told them that I can send them a copy of my Netflix order and be done with the verification run-around but they keep telling me that Netflix has to do it. I wrote back and asked them how do I know whether or not Netflix has verified with them and that they are just not telling me so they do not have to send the gift? This is a very one way operation and they control all of the cards with this "verification" procedure. They can claim anything and you have no way to know if it is true or not.
I did a check on the net and there is a thread on that verifies that at least one person received the promised gift (a Gibson guitar) from the OLRC. He apparently had to fax them a copy of a couple of his orders to get them verified but they have never told me that this was an option for order verification.
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