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Blue World Pools / credit report

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Never ever call or speak to anyone with this company the minute you give them your info they run an unauthorized credit report on you that will remain on your report for 2 years this company is a scam after calling the company to find out why this report was run I was switched around to so many people you can report and place a government complaint against this company with the ftc I would highly suggest that anyone experiencing problems with blue world do so as if enough people complain to the government they will put them out of business.

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  • Su
      1st of Aug, 2008
    -1 Votes

    We called Blue World Pools about their advertised $299 econoline pool. It was to be a birthday gift for our children, and we thought it was within our price range. When the rep came out he was sharing material with us only on the midline and classic models (starting at $20, 000). When we told him we were only interested in the econoline he told us there was a $399 shipping fee which actually makes the price of the pool around $700. Out of our budget! But the midline and classic pools are delivered free of charge. Well for $20, 000 to $30, 000 They should be!!! He said in the five years he had worked for the company he had only sold "1" econoline pool! The liner is very very thin and he said the pump isn't big enough to circulate that much water therefore you have to use lots and lots of chemicals to keep your pool clean.He wasn;t a pushy salesman as a matter of fact he actually seemed to sympathise with us. He said he used to call and warn his potential customers about the econoline scam until he got repremanded for it. I pray that everyone does their homework before buying a pool if they're considering Blue World Pools. Be aware, it's a scam!!!

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