EZ Eyes Keyboard is no miracle keyboard it’s just another TV scam! Their website makes it seem like you get a keyboard and a mouse for $14.95 plus $7.95 for shipping and handling; plus get a second set for just processing and handling, but before you even get a total your order goes through for $101.60.
There is no way to email the company, and when you try to contact customer service by phone to cancel the order your told that the data has yet to be “down loaded” and to call back tomorrow. They boast that this keyboard is as nice as others that cost $60 or more, when in reality the EZ Eyes Keyboard will cost you over a $100.00.
They have this same keyboard at Walmart for $9.98,without all the hidden costs. Don’t be blinded by EZ’s double offer scam your better off struggling to see.
The only thing trendy about the Trendy Top is the buy one get one free scam only doubled! If you order from their website or automated phone system they try to up sell you other offers, and you won’t get a purchase total until the credit card information has been entered. Once you notice the outrageous shipping and other unauthorized charges, it’s impossible to contact customer service to cancel the order.
These rags could wind up costing you over $100.00, I suggest you don’t even think about covering up your crack with this crap!
Slice-O-Matic just the name of this product makes you think Cheap Junk!
Most consumers were disappointed with the Slice-O-Matic, as the chute is to small for larger vegetables. The overall reviews aren’t to bad though, but only slightly better than the Slap Chop, minus the scandal. Except for, their $19.99 Slice-O-Matic is only available for purchase online so you must buy into the Slice-O-Matic buy one get free scam to order their cheap-o-slicer. Then of course you are overcharged for all those cheap so-called FREE items.
There are better products available in stores and online don’t be fooled by this junk.
Now you can get a Custom Snuggie! They even come in categories, such as funny, family, kids, sorority, sports, specialty.
When the Snuggie is ordered online, customers are deceived with their deceptive web practices, which include no order confirmation and overcharges. Snuggie is not accredited with the BBB, and there are many complaints and bad reviews about this cheap half blanket
So don’t buy a Snuggie, you won’t be signing the Snuggie tune and dancing around all day after being scammed.
FlexSeal‘s website is involved in deceptive website practices, customers are confused on what quanity to select due to the free product(s) and FlexSeal then charges your card over $100.00, there’s nothing free here! When you complain about being charged for your free cans, you then have a hard time trying to get your money back.
This is a shame because some reviews of the product itself are very good, but I wouldn’t go out on a boat made of this stuff.
So many people have fallen for this little jingle, but Freecreditreport.com is a scam and there is nothing free about your credit report there. Consumers have been signed up for a service called CIC Triple Advantage, which is a credit monitoring service that charges $14.95 a month to your credit card, and Freecreditreport.com makes it almost impossible to cancel the service once you notice the charges on your card.
The FCC is aware that millions are getting scammed on this one, but have continued to let this company run and update there false advertising jingles but now with a short notice about the service at the end.
If you need a free credit report check out the link below to make sure its actually a free report.
NoNo tries to sway people into purchasing an expensive hair removal product with their so-called “risk free” trial offer, without revealing the total cost. People have complained of a burning smell, and burnt skin when using this device!
Buyers say no to NoNo, this products site is untrusted so it’s risky to purchase it there, and after the free trial is up, when you call to return this worthless “risk free” product they will drop your calls. Stick to shaving with a razor on a regular basis, it’s cheaper than loosing $300 for some burnt skin.