- Report: #759377
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Complaint Review: Raypak Rheem
Raypak Rheem2151 Eastman Ave. Oxnard, California United States of America
Raypak Rheem Worthless Warranty Oxnard, California
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Raypak Rheem purchased the rights to the Porpoise brand and took over warranties and all other aspects related to service. Their warranty states along with numerous other terms to screw consumers that if the heat pump is moved it voids the warranty. People move all the time and that's a good way for them to get out of not having to take care of their responsibilities. If the original owner moves and leaves the heat pump the new owner has no warranty. They also say if the heat exchanger breaches it voids the warranty. I'm sure this happens all the time and that shows you that they don't make quality products. Do you see a pattern here? Worthless warranty language & poor quality products = lose of market share over time.
I say if you are going to make something or represent it then you better be willing to back it up. If you have a choice in buying another heat pump I would just for the simple reason that the other companies back up their warranties and not hide behind language that inevitably makes them more money. Treating people like this will defintely catch up with them.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/01/2011 04:14 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Raypak-Rheem/Oxnard-California-93030/Raypak-Rheem-Worthless-Warranty-Oxnard-California-759377. 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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