• Report: #768045

Complaint Review: products for life

  • Submitted: Mon, August 22, 2011
  • Updated: Mon, August 22, 2011

  • Reported By: anonymous — Adrian Michigan United States of America

products for life High pressure sales tactics adrian , Michigan

*Consumer Comment: Why bother?

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listening to the radio on my way home and the products for life ad came on. I knew it sounded to good to be true but i fell for it any ways. $ 2000 in grocery vouchers sounds awfully good. I kept asking the rep if this was a scam because it sure sounded like one to me. after I gave him my name, he then proceeded with the high pressure sales. I gave him my info, but when I got home i did a little research on the internet. I could not find them through a google search or any other way. I sent them an e=mail and told them to cancel any memberships that I had signed up for. plus I canceled my credit card so nothing will be charged to it. I think that if anyone hears this on any radio station they should notify the station that is a scam. as it is always said, "Buyer beware" in this case I hope I have helped some one out. By the way here is another phone number I was given 1-866-446-0561 for customer service.

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#1 Consumer Comment

Why bother?

AUTHOR: Flynrider - (USA)

". I kept asking the rep if this was a scam because it sure sounded like one to me. "

   If you have to ask this question, then it probably is.   What I've never figured out is why victims always ask the scammer if it is a scam?   What response are you going to get if is not a scam?  How about if it is?  Do you really expect the person on the line to say, " Oh well, you got me.  I guess I'll have to go try and scam someone who is not as clever as your are."?
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