- Report: #1033859
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Complaint Review: Shop America Network Inc.; Tiger Eye Broadcasting Corp.; John H. Kyle, II As Trustee For United Tele
Shop America Network Inc.; Tiger Eye Broadcasting Corp.; John H. Kyle, II As Trustee For United Tele3400 Lakeside Drive Suite 502 Miramar, Florida U.S.A.
Shop America Network Inc.; Tiger Eye Broadcasting Corp.; John H. Kyle, II As Trustee For United Tele Ripped my small business off for $13,900.00 promising Infomercial advertising and never delivered! Miramar Florida
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Shop America Network advised us to manufacture hundreds of pairs of boots to cater for the "rush" that never came. When I placed a test order, using the call center listed on my copy of the infomercial, they had never heard of me or my company.
What really annoys me is that there is a fellow Aussie (John Diamond) in charge of scheduling who I sent a free pr of boots to, and never received what I was entitled to.
Given the new Free Trade Agreement between Australia and the USA, this scamming of an Australian operated business is very bad for trade relations between our two countries. My local Member of Parliament ( read Senator) has written a letter to the Attorney-General of Florida asking them to investigate my case.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/30/2004 05:24 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Shop-America-Network-Inc-Tiger-Eye-Broadcasting-Corp-John-H-Kyle-II-As-Trustee-For-United-Tele/Miramar-Florida-33027/Shop-America-Network-Inc-Tiger-Eye-Broadcasting-Corp-John-H-Kyle-II-As-Trustee-For-U-1033859. 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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