ECO energy drinkdeception

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Im a costco member for over 25 years and i have i have always been very happy costso [a+]
last week i went you store to purchase a vitamin/ energy drink which i drink and was side tracked by another vendor who was selling a similar product, he told me that the product that they were selling was far better than the one i uses and made me feel stupid for using the product i normally use
so i purchased hi product [eco energy drink] after using there product i found it to be a sub standard to the one i was using
i was not comfortable with the the vendor talked to me or the way they spoke of the product i use [ i feel like i was miss led kind of like going to a used car dealer and being pressured into a used vehicle you dont want ]
i just thought you should know as i would if i owned the store. thank you


  • Ms
    Ms. Tony Jun 25, 2016

    I like the Eco-Drink It works because it is a Natural alertness, not instant or quick effect. It took by the 6th day to take effect but does not get me wired or anything like that but just a natural alertness. It helps me to stay well when around sick people. I understand a lot of people likes it to work right away=instant gratification, but all good things takes time and the ingredients are safe when I check no artificial stuff no sugar. It helps on immune system but if you expect instantly to be energize or fast acting instead of natural and gradual energy in time or likes a lot of caffeine or sugar or articial sweetener then this product is not for you

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  • Ke
    Kevin ONeil Dec 28, 2015
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    How absurd. COSTCO guarantees "satisfaction" on everything. It would have taken you less time to return it then to write your whining diatribe.

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  • Me
    Menlo Parker Jul 07, 2015

    I agree with the person who stopped at the EcoDrink stand at Costco. As he rolled his shopping cart past the EcoDrink stand, the pinkish liquid in the little cup caught his attention. It was shiny. The overhead lights of Costco shimmered lazily on the surface of the liquid within the cup. He suddenly realized he was thirsty. He held out his hand as if he were going to take the cup, the universal sign of one who wants to take what is being offered. Cautiously, he grasped the cup and lifted it to his lips. The man at the booth began to speak, engaging in a conversation; it was in a language that he understood. The consumer made a tactical error by mentioning that he did actually use a power drink; the salesman countered with facts that were so compelling that the man felt stupid about having been bamboozled by having bought another power drink. Yikes! Taken by this line of logic, the man had no other recourse than to pick up a box and put it in his cart. It was so powerful a presentation that he kept it there all the time that he was in the store and did not ditch it among the other products as he went down the cereal aisle nor did he ask the clerk at check-out to remove the product from his cart. No, he purchased it, because of the salesclerk's powerful presentation.
    I sympathize for the man and ask that Costco give the man $1 million--subtracting a third of that to me for having presented his worthy cause and another third to EcoDrink to split with its salesman and another third to Costco for allowing EcoDrink in as a sponsor. I demand that this be done, because I too had been mesmerized by EcoDrink and was convinced by taste and by talk that EcoDrink was a very powerful product. The only reason I did not pick up and purchase the product was because it was not on my list and it did not have the strength to overcome my wife's insistence that extra virgin olive oil and a large bottle of Itallian Spices was more important. I cringe for showing my lack of manliness and resolve. I owe it to EcoDrink that I was given the power to thank the man and respond, "Maybe another time."


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  • Me
    Menlo Parker Jul 07, 2015

    I was offended by the man who complained about EcoDrink, especially as I am a Costco shopper. I sampled EcoDrink and saw value in the product. I heard the sales pitch, sampled it, and thought it was very good. I had enough manliness and confidence in myself to not buy the product that day; not because it was not good but because it was not on my shopping list and did not have a high enough priority to bump my purchasing of extra virgin olive oil and the mega-sized bottle of Italian Spices, which Costco no longer carries. I am complaining to Costco for allowing people with weak constitutions to be members of Costco--especially those who do not believe in good grammar and writing skills--but I applaud them for casting a wide net, allowing for a diverse set of consumers to shop at their stores and for allowing the entrepreneurial spirit to thrive in many areas across the United States. My dilemma: On the one hand, I have a complaint and on the other I have great admiration. I am conflicted--but since the hand I write with is also the hand that is holding great admiration for Costco, I will let admiration prevail over my sense of offense. In fact, I might even cut off that hand for its silliness.


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