Trueler has received a complaint on “AgeLessShop.com – Anti-Aging and Cosmetic Products” online store which operates in Canada. The customer received from AgeLessShop.com a box of Adovia Mineral Skin Care moisturizing day cream which was expired, the seal was broken, the tube was only about 30% full, and the box had some phrases removed by corrector… AgeLessShop.com was totally ignoring customer’s inquires about this issue… . . . → Read More: AgeLessShop.com Complaint: Expired, Unsealed, Empty Cosmetic
ContourMemoryPillow.com, IcedShamballaBracelets.com, NRG-time.com, smokeless-ecig.net, AlkalineWaterTubes.com, Diode-LaserHairRemoval.com, Sticky-Pad.net are new websites created for daily deal websites and managed by one organisation – Kassar Media (possibly just one person). They already sold thousands of coupons with the active help of group buying sites like DealFind, DealTicker, SocialShopper, SwarmJam, HalfOffDepot, Wonton, IndulgeLiving, etc… . . . → Read More: Contour Memory Pillow, Alkaline Water Tubes and Kassar Media
One of the group buying websites BuyTopia offered a good deal in the end of December 2011: $25 for $50 Worth of Merchandise at ANY La Vie en Rose Boutique in Canada. According to the advertisement it offers 50% off, and customers assume that they can spend $50 at La Vie en Rose Boutique and just present voucher at checkout. Experienced customers expect to pay HST on top of it as well. But this deal turned to be one more false/deceptive advertisement from BuyTopia. . . . → Read More: False Advertisement on BuyTopia: La Vie en Rose Boutique
XSV 360 was created to run shady daily deals on DealFind, DealTicker, WagJag, SwarmJam, Groupon, WebPiggy, Buy2, JabrDeals, PriceDodger, etc… They sell many scam products like Energy Balance Bracelets with ion technology, Kinoki Foot Pads, fake PNY 32GB SDHC memory cards, fake Vapur bottles, HCG diet stuff, and so on. But one of the latest deals showed really unacceptable support from DealFind with their fake “32GB SDHC Memory Cards Class 10 Powered by Toshiba”… . . . → Read More: Fake Toshiba Memory Cards from XSV 360 on DealFind
If you are going to deal with Marlons Butchery, Marlin’s Fish Shop, Marlon’s Meat or Marlon’s Fish please note that these names are new brands of The Butchers store in Toronto owned by Marlon Pather. The Butchers got very bad reputation in 2011 during their campaign on various daily deal sites like Buytopia, Webpiggy, DealTicker, DealGetters, DealFind and Teamsave. They are known for significantly reduced quality of the products and services. They have also unilaterally changed their terms and conditions several times making impossible to redeem coupons . . . → Read More: Marlin’s Fish Shop, Marlons Butchery, Marlon’s Meats
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. . . . → Read More: Where do The Butchers “Organic meats” come from?
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. . . . → Read More: The Butchers Scam on BuyTopia, WebPiggy.. Additives in meat
If you won an auction or purchased an item on eBay, but have not received your goods, and seller tries to kill the clock by telling you some stories about postal system, or customs at the border holding your package; deadline to open an eBay “item not received” dispute has already passed; … etc … Please file your complaint here! . . . → Read More: Report eBay Undelivered Items Here
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 . . . → Read More: American Apparel Groupon Deal Complaint/Review: Illegal Taxes, no Customer Service, …
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