Blue World Pools / scam artists
We had seen blue world pools advertise their econoline pool for years, and wanted one. Well this year we decided to purchase one for our two childrens combined birthday gift. Our kids were very EXCITED! I noticed the rep seemed hesitant to even come to our home for the initial meeting. When he got there we realized why. There is a hidden delivery fee of $395 dollars on their econoline pool which is advertised on tv for $299 without mention of any other fees whatsoever. When he arrived all of his material was describing the Midline and classic pools that start at $20, 000. He was very nice and didn't try to push a sale on us, but needless to say, our children were very disappointed! We went to walmart and bought a metal frame easy set pool that was more in our budget.
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