Acquisis, LLC

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EVANSTON, ILLINOIS -- Last September, I printed off all the details from their website (including the Terms & Conditions shown at that time) and then printed off ALL the offerings available. I methodically selected and registered for all the trials and long-term purchase arrangements, and waited till I met their minimum time limitations, etc..

I began checking the website for the status, but nothing ever showed. I tracked the company to [snip] (the owner of note) and contacted him by phone after so many email attempts. I even contacted one or two MAJOR vendors to see if there was a problem, and they referred me to the middlemen, who only referred be back to [snip] company.

I threatened legal actions, which is the ONLY reason I got the one callback I got. I was due to receive my $1000 Home Depot giftcard by December of 2007, but the cycle of denial continued, and still I got no answers. I tried more calls, and more emails, scouring my email box to ascertain I did not overlook their email as spam (and yes, even adding their email address(es) to my Friends list.

To this day, they have neither responded nor even shown any updates to my status. I do believe some of the details of their Terms and Condition have morphed, but their changes have no bearing on the agreement at the time I started this madness. It's good I saved all the documentation.

I had previously participating in such a marketing venture with another company, and had success, so I knew what to do to keep myself within their rules. Well, apparently, they did not read the rulebook because they just ignored ALL of my rights and still continue to operate under one visage or another.

I want my $1,000.

Their alternate address listed is:

Acquisis Order Approval
Acquisis, LLC
1555 Sherman Ave., #187
Evanston, IL 60201

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madconsumer on 07/10/2008:
so what do you have to due to get this Home Depot card?
trinity1160 on 08/06/2008:
I'm so sorry to hear about what happened to you and can only offer this as a consolation....I fell for it too. In my case it was for a 42" plasma tv and thanks to your post I won't waste another minute of my precious time waiting for a gift that isn't coming. Like you I kept copies of all offers completed and will start immediately to cancel them all before I get really screwed. Like they say, if it sounds too good to be true you can bet your rear end it probably isn't true. Thanks for sharing buddy.
trinity1160 on 08/06/2008:
Just thought I'd share with anyone that's been scammed by The REward Depot I just filed a complaint against the reward depot with Illinois BBB. The office handling it is listed below if anyone wants to file a complaint too.

The BBB that will handle your complaint is:
BBB Chicago & N. Illinois
(Chicago, IL)
330 N. Wabash, Ste. 2006
Chicago, IL 60611-7621
Phone: (312)832-0500
Fax: (312)832-9985
FreebieLover on 02/26/2009:
I'm sorry you both had a bad time with The Reward's Depot. You can only do one gift per lifetime, and there is a gift for $3300. Which would be your best offer, a Vespa laptop.

It is legit, many people have received their gifts on freebie forums already. It's a long wait process however, and you have to be very dedicated and very organized. The offers currently are 12 offers to complete before you receive your item.


There's proof on those sites and help if you need it. I've already received my $3300 worth of VISA's and $750 from another company for Macy's, Chili's and Home Depot.
jktshff1 on 02/26/2009:
If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
Ain't nothing free
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Steer Clear Of Reward Depot Acqui I Offers!!!
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WARWICK, RHODE ISLAND -- This company promises FREE items such as Airline Tickets, Laptop computers, electronics, and Honda Scooters for filling out a survey. When you complete the survey you are informed that there is a purchase requirement to cover shipping from various vendors. Upon completion you will receive your "free" gift. You are informed that it may take 45 day before they are notified that you have taken advantage of these offers (you soon find that it is 45 days worth of being taken advantage of).

You will go through a great deal of waiting, emails with no response, and will receive shipments from the companies you signed up for free to that will now cost nearly $100 for your second month supply of coffee, vitamins, tooth whiteners, weight loss supplements, colon cleaners, and hair restoration products... but they will still have no confirmation of your participation. You can check on your status when they give you a password to gain access to their site for your account info... which is always listed as 0 offers completed. Don't waste your money, or your time with this disreputable company as I have.

They don't respond to emails, or have a phone number to contact them, and it will cost you more for your "free" prize than if you just went out and bout the prize yourself. BIG RIPOFF!!!!
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