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I bought Riddex for a tenant to use for roaches. Not only did it not work, but she got a picture of two roaches sitting on top of the Riddex plug-in. Plus their guarantee is not true. I tried in vain to find a phone number or some way to contact them. I returned the units certified mail, requested the refund they guaranteed, and have proof that they received it back in a timely fashion. To no avail. I then found the corporate address and sent a letter requesting a refund. That did not work either. They refused to respond to ANYTHING, except taking your money. I would be happy to email you the photo.

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  • Bu
      Oct 10, 2009

    I pray these are all first timers to this type of fraud. Hopefully the $60 to $120 stolen from these people will encourage them to employ a little common sense next time a product seems too good to be true. Think about this... if this product actually worked as it's makers claim, it would threaten a massive chunk of a multi-billion dollar global industry. The sudden emergence of a product with this potential impact on the market would be practically impossible. The expected return to owners of it would very early compel them to consider the political dimension they were about to engage directly. Such a situation would be very hard to hide for long and knowledeg of the development of the product would slowly accumulate, forcing reaction and publicity. The competition would respond in a variety of ways, and by the time the product makes it to the market they are prepared to compete. The impact on the industry would no doubt be much less severe (which improves efficiency and stability in the economy).

    Try this. Next time you get the urge to gamble on this crap, take a deep breath, google "fraud" and the product's name.

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