Warrior Golf clubs / False Advertisement
I was asked to evaluate four golf clubs, for which I would be able to keep them at a discounted price, if I liked them. If I was not satisfied with the clubs, I could return them within two years, for a complete refund, also keeping a "goodie" bag full of 'so-called' Christmas gifts. I used the clubs, and was less than satisfied, wanting to return them. I waited for a supervisor, who asked how the clubs performed. I replied that they were alright, but my old clubs were better. The supervisor immediately said, and I quote; " I will note this evaluation to your account ", and promptly hung up on me. Upon trying to call them again, as soon as I told them my name, I
was disconnected. This is no way to run a business, and I plan on suing this company for fraudulent claims and stealing funds from my account. My name is Thomas Leatherbee, and luckily my brother runs a major newspaper, where the practices of 'Warrior Golf' will be exposed, everyday until I am either compensated, or satisfied. I do have a recording of the original call that started this whole scam, dealing with a person named, Mike Law, at [protected], or [protected]. If there are other people who have been scammed by this company, feel free to inundate your feelings for Warrior Golf with as many calls that you can manage, each day.