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Complaint Review: EAA - Denton Texas

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  • EAA 401 S. Locust, #104 Denton, Texas U.S.A.

EAA ripoff, deceptive, non-compliant, greedy Denton Texas

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In late July I was approached by 2 teenagers who were selling magazine subscriptions for EAA Inc. They were earning points for a trip to Cancun I believe. They said they were future entrepreneurs who were trying to practice sales by going door-to-door and getting in touch with the public. I figured they were just feeding me some crap, but I really wanted to get Reader's Digest.

As soon as I got done with the paperwork process, I followed the instructions on the receipt on how to refund my money. Well I sent in my request and they sent me back a letter saying they needed proof that my checks cleared. Why would they need that proof? If they got my money, then the checks would have been cleared with no problem. I haven't received any refund yet and I'm very pissed off.

Elizabethtown, Kentucky

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