ED Magedson – Founder
KlearGear.com2885 Sanford Ave SW Suite #19886, Grandville, MI Internet USA
KlearGear.com Company engages in contract fraud and identity theft Internet
This company is fraudulent. It is illegal for any business or corporate entity to have a contract that is against the law. This company has an agreement that basically says once you buy something from their site you can't negatively effect their company image. I have studied business law and I can tell everyone right now that ludicrous statement makes this companies "agreement" null and void. Having a claus in any agreement or contract that is against the law makes the entire contract null and void and unenforceable. It also opens that company up to a law suit for contract fruad. Those lawsuits are very expensive for the company, we are talking millions.
Anyone that has been fined from this company or that has had their credit negatively affected for writting a negative report about this company should do this: File a police report for fraud and idenitty theft with your local police against KlearGear.com. In the United States the law regarding purchasing online is very clear. Basically if a customer purchases a product online from a company and the customer is in California and the company is in New York then California law applies to the purchase. No exceptions. In other words the customer's state law is the law that will be followed for handling the transaction. Report KlearGear.com to your state consumer protection agency. Second file a fraud report with the Federal Trade Commission against KlearGear.com. Go to FTC.GOV. You can also call them. It is a felony offense for any business to go after a consumer after a omplaint with the FTC is filed. There is no statue of limitations for filing a complaint with the FTC.
The FTC is a part of the U.S. government that fines and takes to court unethical companies. Any business that thinks they will win in court against the U.S. government raise your hand. (Cricket chirping...)
It is not reasonable for a company to damage a persons credit for stating a negative report about the company. A company can not go after your credit unless you owe them a bill that you did not pay after receiving their product or service. It is not lawful for any company to fine anyone for a negative report. If they think a customer has slandered them they can only take them to court, which no legitamte company would ever do as that is business suicide to take a customer to court for posting a negative review online. Companies, smart ones, only take large groups of customers to court who actually have lied about the company for years and can prove those numerous lies have damaged the company image.
Any company in this country that damages a persons credit for putting a negative review about them online is begging for a several millioin dollar law suit from the customer. It's as dumb as a Klingong Bird of Prey firng on the starship Enterprise, cloaking, then decloaking and deactivating their shields and hailing the starship Enterprise and begging Captian Kirk to blast them with a photon torpedo. Just because some idiot put something in a contract and you agree to it or sign it doesn't make it legal. We have laws for a reason and it is criminal behavior to have an illegal contract.
If a customer does not receive the product and then a company fines and then wants to ruin a person's credit report for putting a negative review online (like KlearGear.com has wanted to do) that company is acting in a very criminal and illegal manner and committing idenity theft and fraudulently damaging a person's credit report. Criminal charges should be pressed against the owner(s) of the company. Write your state attorney general's office and file an official complaint about KlearGear.com and ask for criminal charges be pressed against the owners. Also if you order something from any company and you don't get it you should file a police report and report that company to the FTC (federal trade commission) for fraud and theft of your money. They have to ship the product once they have your money or return the money and if they don't like negative press from a customer they should change their customer service policy so they get positive press from customers.
Recap. First rule of doing business online. Never buy anything from KlearGear.com. Second if you have bought something from them and even if you got it you can legally take them to court for having an illegal clause in their purchase agreement. Third it's ok to report criminal behavior of online companies to the FTC. Customers have rights. Fourth, KlearGear owner if you don't like my review of your company, too bad. You want to sue me go ahead and try I can gaurantee you if you take me to court you will only end up paying your lawyer for their time and can in no way get anything from me. Fifth, any customer that doesn't want to deal with the hassel of a huge lawsuit can take KlearGear.com to small claims court usually in your county courthouse. In small claims court it is a judge, the owner of KlearGear.com and you, the customer. No lawyers. If KlearGear.com owner does not show up for the trial the customer can get a default judgement and then can legally damage that company's credit rating by handing them over to collections.
I didn't buy anything from this company and I never will. Why this review... I read a news article about this criminal company fining and threatening to damage a customer's credit rating after the customer posted a negatie review on this website about KlearGear.com. Also because the state law of the customer is the law governing the online transaction that company can not fine or go after anyone's credit unless the customer's state has a law that says they can. Hence the illegal clause in the contract of purchasing stupid crap from KlearGear.com. Rise up customers and stand up for your rights and make KlearGear.com go away permanetly. This is not n**i land. This is the United States of America and none of the fortune five hundred companies would ever act like KlearGear.com because the Federal Government would take them out if they did. KlearGear.com obviously hasn't gotten noticed for their criminal behavior because its too small of a company. The fact a news article exists about them going after one customer who posted rightfully a negative review about KlearGear.com online tells eveyone all they will ever need to now about this KlearGear.com customer policy. Avoid this company like you would avoid a suicide terrorist bomber. They obviously want you to buy something so they can threaten to ruin your credit if you don't pay them thousands of dollars. By the way that is extortion and is highly illegal.
Federal Trade Commission please declare war on KlearGear.com. Thank you.
News article that should get KlearGear.com banned from the internet by the Federla Government. (http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/oddnews/company-fining-woman--3-500-for-negative-review-she-posted-online-233919450.html)
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/16/2013 06:31 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/kleargearcom/internet/kleargearcom-company-engages-in-contract-fraud-and-identity-theft-nbspinternet-1099979. 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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