Singer/IGIA Informative - Rip off - Laser Storm

Review by schmidty169 on 2007-12-28
NORWICH, CONNECTICUT -- I know Singer has gotten a restraining order to stop igia from selling any more of their vacuums with the Singer name. But they should in order to protect that name take care of the consumer. I never received my vacuum at all and FedEx has no record of their supposed tracking number, cannot get a hold of a representative, they don't answer my emails. At least they didn't double bill me like so many others.

My suggestion is use your money to start a camp fire rather than buy this vacuum. At least you will get to see the money burn and will get something out of it, a warm fire.
Comments:3 Replies - Latest reply on 2007-12-28
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-12-28:
It's against the law to burn federal reserve notes. The law says you can get up to six months in the can. Also many jurisdictions have ordinances banning burning stuff. I can not concur with your campfire suggestion but sans that I found your review to be helpful. Thanks!
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-12-28:
Schmidty, thanks for the info about Singer/IGIA.

If people would read the posts better they could see your issue was with IGIA and your Singer product and not about burning money.

There are some web sites that offer limited help with IGIA.

Here is some contact info:

Ramchandani, Prem prem@igia.com
16 E40 Str. 12th Fl.
New York, New York 10016
United States
212 575-0500
Posted by Slimjim on 2007-12-28:
This has nothing to do with Singer and they can't protect their name against illogical reasoning.

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