Trueler has received several complaints about WagJag from one of their clients. It is a daily deal website based in Toronto serving a lot of cities in Canada. WagJag demonstrated unacceptable negligence to the customers. This case definitely has a negative impact on the group buying industry.
Trueler has received a report from DealFind customer who has managed to verify The Butcher’s claims of organic meat. It happened that farms could not confirm that they supplied The Butchers in the last 2-3 years. Nobody can tell where The Butchers gets tons of meat daily.
The Butchers shop has been featured by Webpiggy, Dealgetters, DealFind, Dealticker, TeamSave, BuyTopia daily deals websites (did I miss anyone?). There were a lot of complaints on service, products and prices at The Butchers after the major offer on DealFind. It turns to be a scam at some discussion forums. Trueler shows that meat from the Butchers contain starch and carrageenan.
Most likely deal55.com is a scam and is not legit. There is a big concern that this “daily deals” website featuring brand name gift cards is not legitimate and just collecting e-mail addresses, credit card numbers, and other personal information which is called phishing. Customers, beware! Use it at your own risk! It may even charge your credit cards and disappear after with no gift cards provided. There is no information about this business at all.
Groupon featured FTD Flowers Deal prior to Valentine’s Day. This deal happened to be very unfair! Groupon admitted FTD to be featured across entire United Stated and Canada knowing that it will be a rip-off!
We had many reviews and complaints about tax cheaters from Groupon, but they featured My Lil Package Baby Boutique which overcharges taxes! Again.
Today there is a real threat of phishing and scam attacks using popular legit deal-of-the-day websites like Groupon, DealFind, WagJag, DealTicker, TeamBuy, LivingSocial, SharingForce, KijijiDeals, StealTheDeal, etc…
These common rules about taxes and tips/gratuity apply to most of the daily deals like Groupon, WagJag, DealFind, LivingSocial, TeamBuy, etc.
Trueler received very serious complaint from one of Groupon users who bought American Apparel Toronto deal and tried to use it online. Summary of complaint is: American Apparel customer service did not want to address any of the issues or questions; Hardly possible to contact American Apparel; Charged illegal taxes on baby products; Coupon was not accepted by online store for several days
Photography session at affordable price – this is what consumers are looking for – this is what Groupon and participating businesses offer. There are really great discounts of up to 94% from the original price. Trueler has received serious complaints on photography deals provided by Groupon, and we decided to make some research and compile a review. It is based on several photography deals in Toronto.