- Report: #443373
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Complaint Review: Power4Home.com
Power4Home.comhttp://power4home.com/index.php Internet U.S.A.
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Just as I read in another post, after a $50 ClickBank transaction I received my download access and 3 of the ebook files from Power4Home are broken. Thought it might be a version related issue with Adobe Acrobat reader. However the rest of the 4 files I downloaded were fine. I sent an email to: support@power4home but after 24hrs recieved no response. Waiting. Broken files are one thing but no access to a real (not virtual) customer service representative is frustrating. Sounds like other customers had the same problem.
The video content I could access but I certainly couldn't aquire resources, or build a DIY solar panel after watching the video. Again as others have posted the videos are not good but I can't comment on the core content as the files are damaged. I'll wait longer for response but automated replies seem to all that others have received. Don't expect they will provide a solution. Either way I'll update this post as required.
It boils down to my belief that you usually get what you payfor. So you might want to prepare to get very little in return for, at least $39. Keep in mind the sales/marketing techniques used on sites like Power4Home are optimized to take advantage of people during recessionary times.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/14/2009 04:05 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Power4Homecom/internet/Power4Homecom-Broken-Files-and-Broken-Trust-Internet-443373. 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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