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resolved to the customer's satisfactionResolved Fuel Freedom International — Fraud and cheating
resolved to the customer's satisfaction
I joined FFI on 5/8/06. Paid a total of $256.00. I did not receive my product or start up kit. Then the company took $56.00 out of my checking account on 6/8/06 and still I did not get any product. I sent notice to the company to cancel my membership due to the inablilty to ship me product. They agreed and refunded the $56.00 but never the $256.00. So I now filed a complaint to the Florida and Missouri Attorney General. There is already an investigation going on in the State of Florida by the Attorney General. It is listed on their site.
Since the company would not send me any product initially I paid an additional $156.00 to purchase 70 tablets in order to run my own tests before I got too involved in this program during the month of May. I used these 70 tablets to test 7 vehicles in Missouri and California (three gas vehicles and four diesel trucks) according to the FFI instructions. All the test showed an initial improvement but then showed no improvement over a longer period of time and most of them showed less mpg than the vehicles were getting before any usage. This was a controlled test.
The pill sounds good but it did not work for me. There may be a good reason why the pills did not work. I have my suspicions. It may be that it is completely out of the company's control and the answer lies within the vehicles themselves. But the company should certainly be aware of this.
The fact the company takes money and does not deliver product for long periods of time is an indication of cash flow problems (not production problems). The fact the company will not refund money for no product delivery is another red flag.
I was really hoping this company and its product would be a gas saver and allow everyone to make big bucks. But evidently it is not.