- Report: #803582
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Complaint Review: Purchasing Power
Purchasing Power1375 Peachtree St Atlanta, Georgia United States of America
Purchasing Power Purchasing Power--A Ripoff in its Purest Form Atlanta, Georgia
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Imagine paying $30 a month twice a month for six months for something like a microwave oven you can buy locally for $79. Or a flat-screen TV at $140 a month twice a month for six months. So you would be paying about $360 for a microwave oven that retails for less than one-quarter of that, or about $1,700 for a flat-screen TV that retails for $599. How crazy is that? Who in their right mind would agree to such ripoff prices??
As soon as I found out, I told everyone at work not to buy from these clowns that are doing nothing more than taking advantage of the poor. I had to make it know that Purchasing Power defines "ripoff." They target poor buyers who are employed with a no-credit check, but the return favor is that you have to pay five times what something is worth just for the convenience of having it shipped to you. They take out the deductions with each paycheck, although in all fairness, they do tell you upfront how much the ripoff will be out of each paycheck. There is something suspicious about a company who won't let you look at their catalog unless you can be a confirmed employee with one of their partner companies.
All I can say is stay away from Purchasing Power. Unless you like getting ripped off.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/01/2011 01:54 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Purchasing-Power/Atlanta-Georgia-30309/Purchasing-Power-Purchasing-Power-A-Ripoff-in-its-Purest-Form-Atlanta-Georgia-803582. 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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