Trueler received several complaints associated with the selling technique used by Extreme Fitness, and made some further investigation. Keep in mind that the price of one hour personal training session at Extreme Fitness is about $115 ($100 + tax), and you will be legally required to pay for all the sessions you used exactly at this rate, no matter when you cancel.
Trueler has recently received a complaint about VistaPrint Free shipping offer, which was not valid. The word “FREE” heard from VistaPrint means absolutely nothing. You will incur regular charges and fees after spending valuable time on the completion of your order. Beware of this unfair practice from VistaPrint!
When your baby is born, Canadian Baby Photographers buy information with your address, name and phone number from different sources. It can be some application form at any baby store, hospital you stayed in for delivery, your doctor’s office, follow-up clinic. Then they start to call you every day in order to make a photo session, and sell very expensive photos.
July 1, 2010 was the day when a a lot of products and services became more expensive by 8% in Ontario and by 7% in British Columbia due to HST law.
One of such services is fitness. Most of the fitness places, gyms, aerobic and running rooms, etc. have momentarily increased their membership fees.
Several days after discharge from NYGH (North York General Hospital) you may receive an invoice with extra charges. Nobody in the hospital advise about them. Telephone services – $2.25 per minute for local Toronto calls. Birth journal – $17. Online payment – $2
We are pleased to share the letter from one of the Trueler’s courteous readers – Natalia.
This was “One-Hour Portraiture Session and CD with Five Retouched Images from Andrea Smith Photography ($825 Value)”. It was absolutely unprofessional and unethical.