Amazon PrimePantry Review

Recently signed up for a 30 day free trial of Amazon Prime, and although I received free two-day shipping on my order, I still would have received the free shipping with my $25 purchase I just might have had to wait a little longer for delivery.

So I thought “wow” I can get free 2-day shipping on everything Prime I just might keep it once the trial expires, WRONG! Amazon now has this PrimePantry category for all the grocery type items that they sold separately previously before this PrimePantry category was implemented.

So this is what you see when you select PrimePantry, so one would assume any 5 items in the associated categories under PrimePantry you would receive free 2-day shipping as a Prime member, WRONG!

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You have to select 5 certain items and fill the box before they ship, so it’s probably just the 5 in the picture that falls under the free shipping guidelines for PrimePantry , so why pay for 5 items that you really don’t want or need just to get free shipping. PrimePantry is just another way to make Prime members pay for shipping!

For $99 – $131.88 a year for a membership, you would expect that ANY 1 more or less ANY 5 “PrimePantry” items would provide a Prime member with free shipping! “Prime” is the keyword here Amazon!

PrimePantry Guidelines

Genie Bra not supportive at all!

Genie Bra, there is no Genie making this product. Consumers complaints are about the BOGO scam, not receiving the item, the item not fitting, and being over charged. I purchased one of these so called Genie Bra‘s and I wasn’t surprised that they were not as advertised, and I did buy the right size.

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There is some support upon purchase, but over time it rolls up, your boobs pop out and it gives very little support. I purchased two off brand similar bras, that are better then the Genie Bra and cost a lot less at Burlington Coat Factory, and I didn’t have to wait or pay for a shipment.

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OmegaXL the auto shipment sell.

Omega XL drug makes claims of curing and preventing pain, with a money back guarantee. In reality this is just another one of those buy one get one free scams with an auto shipment twist! If this drug did what it claimed doctors everywhere would be prescribing it to their patients and this scam would not be necessary.

Many consumers have complained about not getting refunds on that money back guarantee, and canceling orders but yet still receiving auto shipments and overdrafts on their accounts made by Omega XL.

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Your suppose to take two a day to make your pain go away, but what Omega XL really wants is your product to go away so they can auto ship and charge you again for this worthless drug. There are no conclusive studies that prove that Omega XL claims are real. This company preys on the sick and elderly with lies and fake hopes of good health.

Omega XL Pissed Consumer

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Ebates, are your Big Fat Checks on hold?

Ebates claims their users can receive Big Fat Checks for purchases made through their website, and promise these “Big Fat Checks” come every three months if you have more than $5.01 available in your Ebates account from cash back purchases. They also claim you just find your store and click their coupon link and that’s it your on your way to your next Big Fat Check. Not!

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In reality what long time customers have found is that not all their purchase credits arrive in their Ebates account, customer care is not there and their big fat check has been pushed out another three months and only Ebates knows why.

This well known site was great when it was not so well known. Now inquiries to missing tracking ticket purchases, and “Wheres my big fat payment” go unanswered because Ebates customer care doesn’t care anymore.

The best cash back site around is Fatwallet.com, sign up today and start receiving you cash back right away!

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Sign up for Fatwallet.com here

The WaxVac is wacked

WaxVac has been referred to as a useless piece of junk, a rip off, and just another buy one get one scam with unauthorized offer signups and upgrade charges. They make a claim the item cost is $10.00 plus $6.99 shipping, but in reality this offer could run as much as $50.00 or more with the offers you will automatically be signed up for and billed. Consumer beware.

At least Q-tips won’t leave you broke with a bunch of worthless offers, never give WaxVac your credit card information, because once you do you won’t get a total for your order and the website just goes away and becomes unavailable, then you are signed up for every offer in their book and charged immediately with these unauthorized charges, and will never be able to get a refund.

Meaningful Beauty’s unauthorized secret

Meaningful Beauty this infomercial make claims of the product costing just $39.95 plus shipping and handling. What they don’t want you to know about is after you receive your item, that is just the first of many monthly shipments that will be charged to your card on file without your authorization.

Meaningful Beauty‘s secret is your next shipment will cost you $100.00 or more. Once you realize your account has been over drawn, and your flat broke because of these unknown and unauthorized charges by Meaningful Beauty, and can try to cancel the subscription you didn’t know you signed up for, guess what, your next package is already on it’s way and Meaningful Beauty has charged your card again.

Never give these guys your credit card information based on trusting a celebrity (Cindy Crawford), who can afford these outrageous monthly payments for just some face cream.