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I Save Club Complaint - I Save Club Is Not Really An Online Store

Review by Anonymous on 2004-09-10
I found an online store called I Save Club, www.isaveclub.com. There is a preview area for non-members with great products and great prices. Since I needed a new printer the one time $19.95 fee was OK because the price they advertised for a new Hewlett Packard printer was only $37.00 After I paid the fee and joined, when I logged in as a member and went to the members area where I could buy it, all there was was a list of auction sites and tips for how to bid. There was also a list of website where you can go and search for products like pricescan. Their advertising is extremely misleading and you get virtually nothing for your money other than a list of well know websites. Don't waste your money joining this club, use Google, its free!!!
Comments:2 Replies - Latest reply on 2004-09-16
Posted by Sparticus on 2004-09-10:
I've seen other scam sites like this. There are many "get paid for your opinion" sites that charge for access to the surveys. When you buy a subscription and logon, all you get is a bunch of links to other sites that offer surveys... and you have to go and register at each one ... takes forever and you never get invited to any surveys... so be wary of deals that sound too good to be true.
Posted by ferret on 2004-09-16:
www.isaveclub.com is an obvious scam to anyone with half a brain
1: He is advertising by SPAMMING Peer 2 Peer networks with small video files and jpg files that are dishonestly named as any file search you can think of
I think he has a bot doing this
Who would deal with a website who does this
2: Their $19.95 very limited offer that expires at 12am rolls over every day through his webpage coding and is always available (Big surprise)
Who would send $20 to a Liar?
3: Do you really think you are going to be sent a FREE Apple iPod Digital Music Player, a Samsung 17" LCD Monitor, or a Sony Wega 27" Flatscreen Trinitron Television? Wake Up Suckers
What you get are weblinks to well known maybe dubious give away offers
4: Do you know what items cost? All of the quoted prices are extremely low and unrealistic to suck you into the ripoff
5: They only take checks!! Is he going to steal all the money from your checking account?
Probably not, he is only stealing $19.95 from you
No credit cards, no chargebacks, no recourse
6: No address, no phone number, no way to complain, bogus whois registration info
Did you send this scumbag money?
50 suckers a day = $1000 a day, easy money for a list of auction sites and tips on how to bid and a list of websites where you can go and search with products like pricescan

www.isaveclub.com is an intelligence test, send him money, you flunked it. Consider the offer for more than 30 seconds? If it sounds too good to be true it is!
This scam has so many warning signs and is so unbelievable, but a lot of people still think elvis is alive so he is probably making a lot of money
I expect to see copycat websites

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