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Complaint Review: my max savings club

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  • Submitted: Thu, June 21, 2012
  • Updated: Fri, June 22, 2012

  • Reported By: fightingmad — Deer Park Illinois United States of America
my max savings club
Internet United States of America

my max savings club promises of hugh savings much needed in this time of financial uncertainty; I received nothing!!!! Internet

*Consumer Comment: oh wow someone who wants free stuff but can't pay attention

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As I was involved in other work on my computer this evening, my screen abruptly changed, and there before my eyes was was one of those obnoxious come-on ads. Do you prefer Coke or Pepsi appearedonthe screen. It seemed innocent enough . I could always change the page. So, I answered. Then a new screen appeared with unbelievable offers of hugh savings at popular stores, money, and many different offerings.One needed only to call the number on the screen to receive an activation code which would allow you to be the recipient of this treasure. Fool that I am, I called the number. A man answered, asking me trite questions about where I shopped, and would this amazing offer just make my life worth living. All I did was repeatedly ask him for the code, that useless code! He then proceded to discuss the real reason for all this rediculous banter. If I bought membership in his savings club by giving him $4 , yes merely $4,

on my charge card at that moment, I could finally gain possession of the treasures. Ofcourse, after 2 weeks the price would go up to $17/month, but afterall did not my many new, actually i should say promised, treasures greatly outweigh the mere monthly cost of $17? What a joke! Ilooked up the company on Google, and there are scores of complaints about them. Everyone, beware! Keep your wits about you, and remember " there is a sucker born everyday." Don't you be one of them


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#1 Consumer Comment

oh wow someone who wants free stuff but can't pay attention

AUTHOR: princess - (United States of America)

Maybe you should pay attention to details and ask questions in order to understand. Maybe when you call someone you should at least listen to what is being told to you so you can understand. It does say for registering you get the gift basket. It is the best money I have spent cuz I can get receipts from family friends even strangers and MAKE money every month. Instead of assuming and being lazy maybe you should pay attention and possibly ask questions if you aren't sure what's going on. I am sure you voted for Obama too since you really look into things before speaking.
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