- Report: #554796
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Complaint Review: VisionMax
VisionMax3419 Via Lido Ste 249 Newport Beach, California 92663 Santa Rosa, California United States of America
VisionMax Fred Herrmann projector scam, home theater scam, LCD scam, 1080p scam, projector screen scam, craigslist, Fred, golf, uncle, gift, faulty, missing features, ripoff Santa Rosa, California
*Consumer Comment: I fell for it
*Consumer Suggestion: Clue.
*General Comment: These reviews must be written by the sellers.
*Consumer Comment: I know I got the real deal
*Consumer Comment: Projector/Surround Sound
*Author of original report: HUGE SCAM: VisionMax, Paramax, T R Theater Research
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They price these faulty wares outrageously, usually quoting several thousand dollars. Then, as my theory goes, they enlist flunkies to sell these wares online at craigslist, ebay, etc.
The flunkies give a spiel about having won the item in a raffle or been gifted it from a relative. They don't need the item, so they're willing to let it go for a greatly reduced price.
It all sounds legit until you get the product home and notice missing or extremely faulty features, functioning and craftsmanship. There's no way these products are worth nearly what the MSRP sticker claims, and they know this.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/14/2010 09:08 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/VisionMax/Santa-Rosa-California-/VisionMax-Fred-Herrmann-projector-scam-home-theater-scam-LCD-scam-1080p-scam-projector-554796. 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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