- Report: #568419
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Complaint Review: Vollara
Vollaradallas tx dallas, Texas United States of America
Vollara Ecoquest The new vollara is the old ecoquest and they canceled all warrantees dallas, Texas
*General Comment: Negative Criticism
*Consumer Comment: Vollara isn't a scam...just overpriced
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: RE: Fun to respond to "the truth" with the real truth
*UPDATE Employee: Fun to respond to "the truth" with the real truth
*Consumer Comment: Vollara IS the Old EcoQuest
*Consumer Comment: Vollara is not Ecoquest
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Due to all the negative press and a recent Bankruptcy EcoQuest has changed its name to Vollara. http://www.ecoquest.com/
The former Pres. Mike Jackson put every one in the company in his downline to keep making the big bucks(Jackson is being sued for millions). Jackson maintains a prominent role.
Vollara promptly canceled all warranties so yes If you bought a Fresh Air on Tuesday rather than Wednesday you are out of luck.
The new Vollara is enforcing copyright claims to the old name on Ebay and all around the web so to claim EcoQuest is dead is bogus indeed .
Sources tell me Joe Urso is making allot of changes the end up hurting the little people and many top leaders are moving to Kangen and other MLMs.
Same lotions ,potions and pills and same ozone making air cleaners banned in California
Same greed , Same Hype and Same Spin !
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/12/2010 05:20 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Vollara/dallas-Texas-/Vollara-Ecoquest-The-new-vollara-is-the-old-ecoquest-and-they-canceled-all-warrantees-dal-568419. 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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