This company is a total scam.
After being promised a 'free' modem and router with my new cox cable triple bundle home service, I was forced to contract for the 'freebies' with a 3rd party for the 'free' offers.
Saveology.com is the 3rd party, and after a sketchy series of phone transfers, I was finally asked of my information, credit card number, etc.
I was also told they charge my card immediately, and I do not have the choice of shipping options, and that it would be sent at a $20.00 cost to me, which is not included in the 'rebate' offer.
I didn't feel $20 was too bad for a free modem and a free router to be shipped to me.
But, when I was transferred yet again and asked once again for my card info by a new individual, I began to feel uneasy about the entire transaction.
While on the phone with them, I went to my online banking and transferred all funds out of my checking account associated with my check card.
To be safe, I then cancelled that card to prevent them from making any charges, and ordered a new card.
Fortunately for me that I did, as my credit union rep told me that 'saveology tech' had tried to process an amount of $160.00, which I did not authorize!
The 'free' modem is $69.99 and the 'free' router is $59.99. However, I was told that the $129.98 'rebate' will not be automatic, and after reading the fine print on my paperwork from cox, it is also not guaranteed.
I was instructed to 'apply' for the rebate on their website AFTER receiving the items (and after being immediately billed of course), and they would 'determine' my eligiblity after a minimum of 16 weeks, and then I could call back to check on the status.
I am thankful I cancelled the transaction, before being ripped off by this scam company.
It is far more cost effective to buy my own choice of modem and router, with no scams involved.
If you see this offer, don't fall for it!