Certified Readers Inc

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Certified Readers Inc

Average Rating:

1.47 / 15 votes / 1 reviews
1185 Concord St N
St Paul
United States

Phone number: 1 651-330-4737

Category: Magazines and Newspapers

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1 651-330-4737
1185 Concord St N
St Paul , Minnesota
United States – 55113

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Complaints & Reviews — Certified Readers Inc

1 Jan, 2018

unsolicted subscription


Certified Readers Inc. called me about some subscription three weeks ago. A subscription I know nothing about then the salesman pressured me in to giving them my credit card number until he got the numbers. I do not know how he got my cell phone number however he stayed with me until he got his money then... Read more➤

Missing details

Today (19. 07. 2017) I bought a chest of drawers in Preili Optimus Furniture (because the firstborn child will go home soon, there will be where to put the little clothes) I paid, then showed which box I can take - I took it shut and traveled home. I started unpacking and putting it together at home... when I was surprised to find that one drawer in the package does not have a bottom (not one bottom of cardboard)... At work I work with regulations quite often... if everything was in order, I would probably not read the contract and throw it away after assembling the dresser, but now I started reading the contract to understand what can be done... and found that many points are mutually exclusive, which already shows no good. It follows from the contract that you can get acquainted with the entire condition of the product in the store and if you notice at home that something is missing is missing or still contacted, external defects (look at their website - 100% of all furniture is a promotion, which means that by signing the contract, you agree that in any circumstances, any claims are unfounded and not covered by the warranty), the seller is not responsible for delivery of the goods... contract - he is not responsible for anything... In short, they [hide] @ride on you, and you will prove nothing after you pay them money. This alone gives a reasonable impression that it is a fraudulent office. Therefore, I recommend to everyone when the sellers base you on signing their contract - first ask them to show you the product, unpack it from the packaging, add up the necessary details (that there is no shortage), and only you will benefit [[hide] @piss brains employees of this "office", because it is not possible to work with such an attitude. special attention to paragraph 10. Regarding sub-clause 3. 1 - you cannot establish a shortage of the product if you do not unpack the product - you do not automatically comply with the terms of the contract. Soon I will go to their store myself, look at a product, demonstratively read the contract in front of them at the table for a long time, ask to unpack the product - to show everything, and then think whether to buy it for me... maybe I will not be satisfied. I call on others to do the same, who believe that this "office" of "Optimus Furniture" is deliberately acting in bad faith. Yes, maybe the sellers and consultants themselves are not to blame for the composition of the contract, but if they all don't care, why shouldn't I

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