Laura David Consumer Research Center Informative - The main grocery shopper is what this idiot says

Review by Mahoney on 2012-01-17
BUFFALO, NEW YORK -- I received in mail today an idiot form. If there is anybody out there who wants this place to know even the color of their toilet paper, jump on it! These fools think they can mail you a survey starting out with slow questions about products in general, like which soap you use etc. before you know it the idiots are asking how many cars you have, what make, your income bracket and how many live in your home. Even down to medical questions. Now mind you this is to learn what type of products you like to use. I was so mad to think they have the right to mail me this and expect me to be SO stupid as to tell them privileged information. Then people think they may get some money or couponds or something for ALL of their business. I dare them! There should be a law against this type of mailing. Because I called to opt my address out and she said there are people that do fill them out. I said yes, there are still a few stupid people out there. Then they wonder where did these people {later on down the road} get all this information about me, from you>>> you fool. Do not give these idiots any information. They sell it and use it anyway they want. It even says on the envelope, OFFCIAL CONSUMER PRODUCT SURVEY OF AMERICA. If anyone reads this and cares about their privacy or business, please do not fill this out and tell everyone not to. Personally, I do not know of anyone who would. These people have to stop prying into our business. Uncle Sam at his work and you just mail all the info for them to do whatever with. She said, but did it have your name on it. I said it has my damn address, then they get your info. Now days, how long would it take to find out your name. Come on people this is an attempt to find out about credit info also. That was the ONLY question not on there was what color toilet paper. I am sick of this, you can be googled, your picture photographed and not even know it. But, to be asked and GIVE these idiots info. Its the worse form of raping your very being! They can kiss my a$$, I would like to kick theirs all the way to New York city. I live in Tx. so thats quiet a ways. Or else get the rope! Does not matter to me. I am a middle age lady and I have had all this crap, I ever want to see and then some. Please send this back with a note telling them where to go! Let them know they cannot get your info with a promise, just a promise of money. WHO, WHO I SAY, knows even if they give money away! So, LAURA DAVID CONSUMER RESEARCH CENTER heres your I. D. # 666
Comments:8 Replies - Latest reply on 2012-01-30
Posted by fumblebee on 2012-01-17:
ummm you left a comment on your own letter pretending to be someone else who is outraged by getting one of these things in the mail?

Simple solution - if you don't like it and don't want to do it, throw it out.

Posted by Anonymous on 2012-01-17:
Mahoney, you replied to your own post.
Posted by Euphonically Endowed on 2012-01-17:
The FDA and the Department of Health and Human Services placed a ban on dyes used in the coloration of toilet paper in 1987 due to an increased risk of cancer in laboratory animals. It was presumed that the close proximity of these dyes to a woman's reproductive organs would lead to an increased spike in cervical cancer. There was also a concern of itchiness and inflammation of the rectal area. (Had lunch yet?)

Colored toilet paper was extremely irritating to the vaginal area, and was one of the causes cited for urinary tract infections. A direct cause and effect was established between colored toilet paper and yeast infections.
The dye used in colored toilet paper was bad for household septic systems since it didn't break down at the same rate as the paper. It put an increased strain on the system, causing backups of the septic system, which caused sewage waste to reenter the home, causing an obvious health hazard. (Losing your lunch yet?)

Adding dyes and fragrances causes an increased strain on the environment, and consumers don't need or want these byproducts in their toilet paper. Today's savvy consumer demands all natural products that are free of dyes and perfume. Using white or even unbleached toilet paper is a small way to help preserve the environment, which leads to a healthier planet and a healthier you. ( Wonder why people stopped inviting me to dinner parties? )

Posted by Euphonically Endowed on 2012-01-17:
As for those surveys, if you have nothing else to do and enjoy exercises in futility...Naw. Forget it. Not even then. Find something else to do with your time.
Posted by jktshff1 on 2012-01-17:
When mail comes with at prepaid envelope, I tear the stuff up and return it to them in their envelope.
Posted by T on 2012-01-17:
There are a few simple solutions, and I use whatever I feel like at the time.

~ Throw it out
~ Don't answer the questions you feel are too personal

Did you reply to your own complaint?
Posted by GenuineNerd on 2012-01-17:
That explains why I haven't seen colored toilet paper in years.
Posted by Make them pay. on 2012-01-30:
Just send it back in the prepaid envelope. They have to pay for that.

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