Complaint Review: Safe National of America
Safe National of America Prize Coupon is Fake Internet
*Consumer Comment: Its an 8 hour drive from GA to St Petersburg FL
*Consumer Comment: Why
*Consumer Comment: Amy, what was that exact address you drove to?
I was sorting through my mail Monday morning when I found an envelope marked Safe National America. I havent heard of it before so I was pretty curious what was inside it, and it got my name on the front envelop so that erases the possibility of having this one mixed on my mail. Amazingly, I saw a coupon stating that I won a projector, an AAXA P2 Pico Pocket Projector at that. Now I dont have a need for a projector but winning something just gives you a happy feeling which didnt last long. Following the instruction written on the coupon, I set to claim my so called prie to find out that none it exists. Now I have to drive about an hour to get this place to only find that it was a hoax. I didnt really find that funny, so I searched for this company but I cannot find anything on it. Its contact number is listed yet I only get the machine. I should have known from the beginning that those things dont happen, I stupidly allowed the sensation of winning overcome my logic. So people, dont get fooled like me, I hope this company (if it does really exists) will answer to this soon.
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