• Report: #121805
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Consumer Research Corporation

  • Submitted: Wed, December 08, 2004
  • Updated: Wed, December 08, 2004

  • Reported By:Avondale Arizona
Consumer Research Corporation
Not Known At This Time Internet U.S.A.
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  • Category: Liars

Consumer Research Corporation ripoff spam email promised a free laptop for purchasing cheap junk, bought cheap junk and they skipped out on me. Internet

*Author of original report: address and phone number of people that send out these emails

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Well normally I don't fall for spam email, but this one seemed kinda cool, my intent was to find out if it was true or not, I made sure to spend as LITTLE money as possible. I'm accepting full responsibility for the fact that I bought the "weightloss patch" for $5.95 shipping. this should be interesting.

What bothers me greatly though is the fact that this company "Consumer Research Corporation" claimed that they were going to send me a laptop to evaluate, I would given a good evaluation on the product, even sent it back after ward if requried to do so. So I'll never trust a spam email again.

sorry all you spammers out there, they say 1 bad apple ruins it for the bunch. Well that's definately the case here. If you wanna make money why not try selling stuff that people might ACTUALLY WANT! Now there's a concept worth looking into.

www.walmart.com study up and learn a thing or two. don't whine about not having enough money to start a retail store either. You have to take risks to make something of yourself. Collecting commission off cheap junk is a very lazy, decietful, immoral, and socially degrading thing to do. You are what's wrong with the world. Oh sure you may say you're just trying to make ends meet and pay the bills... well if all you're doing is tryin to make ends meet GET A JOB. Join the working class and don't be such a bum. If you truly want to make something of yourself do it in a morally acceptable way, such as starting your own company or becomming a doctor or brain surgeon, or something.

Avondale, Arizona

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#1 Author of original report

address and phone number of people that send out these emails

AUTHOR: Greg - (U.S.A.)

Administrative Contact:
Liester, Jason support@freeslide.com
3830 Forest Drive, Suite 207
Columbia, SC 29204

(got a real person on the line at this number, female, answers the phone customer support.) I just said wrong number.

mentioned that website goes out of order, she said no sir the site is working. then gave me the website www.producttestpanel.com and you can go finish the promo. heh... we'll find out if I ever get my laptop or not heh.
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