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Rosetta Stone Or Pimsleur Language / Harrasment

1 340 N 12th St, Suite 422Philadelphia, PA, United States Review updated:
Contact information:
Phone: (215) 925-1853

If any telemarketing, television sales, or internet spammer would just make it easy to get off their list!
They will harrass you. I recommend only dealing with them by registered US mail
Internet Order LLC - 340 N 12th St - Suite 420 - Philadelphia, PA [protected]
They will tell you they have suite 422. By the US post office, it does not exist.

The company under many names - Internet Order LLC - Pimsleur Approach - Stroll -
as soon as they get your name phone number or email - they will harrass you through themselves and their various distributors. They will not want to be held accountable -. Sometimes this company sells Pimsleur a language learning software, cd, and dvd. Sometimes this company sells Rosetta Stone.
Beware of Kyle Quinn,, Shannon Dunbar, Richard Natoli,, Alan English, [protected]
Beware of any of their numbers: Aptela [protected]. [protected],

They have other addresses:
Roitman, Dan
Internet Order LLC - 5502 Kenilworth Ave - Suite 307 - Riverdale, Maryland 20737
United States - [protected] Fax -- [protected]

aka bronto 324 Blackwell Street, Durham NC 27701 US +[protected]

Do not buy from this harrassing company. They have so many companies

Rosetta Stone Or Pimsleur Language
Rosetta Stone Or Pimsleur Language
Rosetta Stone Or Pimsleur Language

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  • Bu
      23rd of Jun, 2009
    -1 Votes

    Just because you had a bad experience doesn't mean they are a scamming company. You just need to read more carefully as to what you sign up for buddy.

  • Lu
      26th of Jun, 2009
    +1 Votes

    This appears to be another one of those outfits that doesn't make it clear at the outset exactly what you are obligating yourself for when you accept their offer for a low-cost trial of their product(s), and that then hides behind the catch-phrase used by most scamsters, caveat emptor. So, businesswoman, above, is right, on the one hand, in that one should certainly read carefully what one is signing up for, but on the other hand, my recollection is that the full details of this company's deal were not made conspicuous, so that after aquiring some language-learning CD's for the cost of shipping and handling, I later found myself being billed for $236.00. Questionably honest.

  • 29
      10th of Aug, 2009
    -1 Votes

    I bought from them from an email they sent out - the product and service were both great - i think you people just have to get used to the fact that are email boxes are subject to soliciations the same way any are - and when you buy something you should read the program - Internet Order gave me a trial period for a low cost - then i had to pay to keep it at the retail price - big deal - it's not a scam - it's a trial and then you pay once you keep it... just because people are too stupid to read doesn't mean that companies offering creative ways to try and buy products are evil

  • Di
      21st of Aug, 2009
    +1 Votes

    Ive been beeing harrassed by them for months now even after sending the software back... I provided them UPS info and everything. now they are sending me snail mail with my social security number in it that they dug up somewhere...

    i smell harrasment lawsuit soon

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