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Complaint Review: Vernier Shop - Thousand Oaks California

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  • Reported By: Sammy — Lake Geneva United States
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  • Vernier Shop Thousand Oaks, California United States

Vernier Shop Advertised GPS no subscription required. Service included in purchase but after receiving product they said they wanted $75+ Internet

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This company is fraud. They advertise things and then give you something else. Switch and bait.

They also collect card numbers. They are click bait.

They advertised a GPS tracker with no subscription fee required.

Upon receiving the product the app you are told to download costs $75.00. Subscription required.

After contacting the company they told me that yes the website states that but it's wrong, it's a fee to use the GPS. They declined to send me a self addressed paid envelope for the return and then continued to spam my email with bot AI. I reported to my bank that this is bank fraud. This company takes your money by selling items under false advertising so they can collect your credit card numbers. 

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