Caveat Emptor - Consumer Beware!
Buyer Beware/Stupidity: Warnings And News For Consumers
- Found On Angies List
- Many doctors have you sign an agreement that says you will NOT comment on the
care they give you. Read this story!
Read Page 6
Shame On This Company!
- Read about cancelling stamps.com
Stamps.com says you can cancel online, but this actually is not
possible. You must call their customer service number to cancel (and
they try and talk you into keeping the service Takes a long time out of your day!
- Ridiculous Advertising
Oxiclean “Test Lab” commercial.
Anthony Sullivan is a lab, dressed in a white lab coat. holding a clipboard.
He states "We read the care labels on thousands of white garments” and “were surprised they had this warning symbol, which means do not use chlorine bleach.” A large amount of white clothes fall on the floor from the ceiling into a pile. The announcer then says that OxiClean White Revive is the clear choice, and concludes: “Get the tough stains out without the worry of chlorine bleach.”
This is stupid beyond stupid. Why would you be in a label wearing a white lab coat to
read labels? And Anthony Sullivan in a lab coat? Shame on Church & Dwight’s. I am still not going to
use your products just because I hate all the stupid advertising (Anthony Sullivan miniaturized in
a washing machine tub) etc.
WGU - Western Governers University.
Two owls, the one behind the book says "So I don't need to learn something I already knew."
To this higher education - I didn't know you are able to learn something if you already knew it.
Percil Pro Clean.
"We have tested OVER 10,000 staings...." - then "we created a new stain...." - to which the first
actor says make that 10,000 and one. Well, isnt "Over 10,000" inclusive of 10,001?
The worst Hypocracy- Credit Reporting Agencies
- The Credit Reporting Agency.
They had a data breach an estimated 143 million Americans affected. And they
advertise credit monitoring. The get the credit information from companies for
free. They charge you and companies for them to spit the info back.
They charge you for monitoring when they spit the information back out.
They are advertising on TV for a free "dark web scan", and try and sell
you credit monitoring. Th
"By clicking Start Scan: I accept... your Ad Targeting Policy. I also
understand that... you may use my e-mail address to contact me about your
Experian IdentityWorksSM product, or other products that may be of interest
to me." You should know that their "Dark Web Scan" doesn't mean anything.
It is just a search of known sites, you could probably get a better scan
from google for free. Your email address doesn't mean anything to your
identify in credit reports!