Traffic Chaos - Traffic Phoenix: same story...suggestions needed!
I was one of the unluckies to buy this product about 1 week ago. now that product has been renamed Traffic Chaos. by researching on the net I see the same product has also one more name (Tube Assassin). omg!
Well, I'm not american. I'm from italy. so i don't know about your laws and please apoligize for my poor english. in my country is not allowed to set a product sale clause completely non-refundable. Law simply doesn't admit this and gives you at least 7 days to ask for a refund; no matter why.
so why i wrote that. in my Traffic Chaos disclaimer ther is clearly written :
"Refund Policy: No Refunds. "
Is this legal????here is the link
so you may check this.
in my case the webinar was kept by a guy named Charlie (of course same story!) introduce by Eric Holmlund!!(at least that voice said it was him presenting). and it much more than possible considering that the invitation for that "exclusive" webinar I received from the mailing list Traffic Firsale owned properly by the guru Eric Holmlund.
The guy named Charlie could be somehow probable a one named James Sides as this research evidences:
(remeber Tube Assassin is Traffic Phoenix...that si also Traffic Chaos)
Please any advices?? for me and for all of us
thank you very much
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Sure Glad Italy stands behind you with a guaranteed money back policy just contact SWREG and send them the law for Italy that says it is the law there they must refund you and keep all correspondence for all of this and also contact your bank and or credit card company immediately. Here we have the The Office of Consumer Affiars states that:
When purchasing a product on the internet is there a 30 day refund policy by law
So when asking a refund from your Credit Card Holder Company, you can quote this... Hope this helps.
Thank you for your email concerning online shopping and refund policies. The Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation provides consumers with basic information about their rights and responsibilities.
Each online merchant can have a different refund/return policy, you will need to read the disclosed policy carefully. There is no law that guarantees a 30 day refund policy. Merchants are not obligated to accept items for refund, exchange, or credit.
However, under the Massachusetts Implied Warranty of Merchantability law, merchants cannot use its disclosed policy to refuse the return of defective merchandise and must allow you the choice of repair, replacement, or refund.
I hope you find this information helpful.
Also put in a complaint with the FTC and the FBI and let Swreg know you are doing this and you should get a refund. Good luck and let us know how you did.