- Report: #106034
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Complaint Review: Stores online
Stores onlinestoresonline.com Orem, Utah U.S.A.
Storesonline ripoff, uses high pressure sales tactics and consumer ignorance to profit!! Orem Utah
Rip-Off Report Investigation: shows that StoresOnline & iMergent is fulfilling its commitment to provide excellent customer service. Rip-off Report gives StoresOnline a POSITIVE rating in customer support and quality assurance. StoresOnline pledges to resolve complaints and address any issues from the past, present and in the future - committed to 100% satisfaction - whatever it takes say company executives.
*Consumer Comment: StoresOnline Sales Tactics are used by many
*Consumer Comment: stores online not a total ripoff
*Consumer Comment: Why waste your time writing a positive comment if you are so busy being successful. I'm sorry is your name Brandon Lewis or did he just pay you.
*Consumer Comment: Storesonline- not a rip off if you know what to do!
*Consumer Suggestion: Notify the Canadian Competition Bureau
*Consumer Comment: Stores Online is not a Scam
*Consumer Comment: Calgary was the next target
*Consumer Comment: Possible planted shill?
*Consumer Comment: Little has changed with their seminar... they rely on impulse buyers and I bet quite a few of them never follow through and worse yet never complain
My husband and I also attended the seminar in Regina. After sitting through all of their internet propaganda, we were quite nauseated and felt like we were being brain washed and heavily pressured. I have always been interested in utilizing the internet to our financial advantage however, we felt that if it the "workshop special" was so special, then it should be offered for more than just one day only.
My husband was in a semi-debate with the "just newly married" blonde sales lady and she seemed to be trying to pit us against one another. She stated "..it's just really too bad because your wife seems really into this and you seem to be holding her back." She kept making screwy faces to me behind his back. My husband then asked her "well, if you're in Montreal tomorrow, then I'll see you there for the one time offer for that day." To which she replied, " I don't know where we're going to be tomorrow." She also kept repeating how "sorry" she felt for us not getting involved, but was by no means pressuring us to do anything.
It was a really strange experience. I feel that I was mis-lead as to what this was going to be. I was promised 10 keynote speakers and only Dwayne, Robert and their patsy on the promotional video from Venezuella actually spoke. I was also promised a 'one-on-one couselling session' where we would talk to the expert about an idea we had and whether there was a demand for it on the net.
There was no such session taking place, the only one-on-one to be had was about how much financing we had available to us. I really felt bad about not "buying in" to their programme, especially since the two men seated next to us did indeed buy the six site package. Thankfully my husband reminded me that often in a cult or brain washing type scenario, you will be starved to make the process easier. This was said in jest as 1:30 rolled around and we still had not eaten lunch. Had we researched this company prior to attending, we would never had gone. We also wanted to find out the next port on their travels but they apparently never know which bed they will awaken in the next day. Hopefully soon it will be in a jail cell. Fraud is a federal offense in Canada, a-holes!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/29/2004 10:15 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Stores-online/Orem-Utah/Storesonline-ripoff-uses-high-pressure-sales-tactics-and-consumer-ignorance-to-profit-O-106034. 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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