Nu-tech advantage Pty ltdFraud product and false refund promises

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This happened in 2007. I met their sales consultant in the Westfield shopping centre. He showed me a software on Horse racing betting which followed the "smart money" and had "sure profits". The sales consultant of their company told me that it is a 'sure thing' and there are 'guaranteed profits' to this. He also told me that if I am not happy then I can always ask for a refund during the training sessions. Thats it! he kept quiet with the refund policy at this point. Then I got interested because I thought they are genuine to give such a offer of refund as well.

I got interested because he showed me the so called 'profits' that he had made only during today's race After purchasing the software I realised that even when I click a button on past won races and not the lost ones, then the software paper trades and shows up those profits which were not 'real' time profits but just fake manipulated by the software to help them sell it.

THEY NEVER GOT ME TO SIGN ANY DOCUMENTS ABOUT THEIR REFUND POLICY...LIKE CAN YOU BELIEVE THISSSS??? NO SIGNATURESSSSSSSS, NO FORMAL DISCLOSURE OF THEIR REFUND POLICY WHEN THEY PORTRAY AS IF THEY ARE ALL PROFESSIONALS...WOULD A PROFESSIONAL COMPANY DO SOMETHING LIKE THIS?????

I asked them for a refund and they showed me their 'CLAWS', their true colour...

Now all of them say that their refund policy was such their I can ask for a refund on during the first three training sessions...CRAPPP...NO one ever told this to me...

I lodged my case with the COnsumer Trader and Tenancy Tribunal. The sales rep who now tells the judge that he explained everything clearly to me, even the three training session refund policy and also that it entailed 'RISK' and that it was 'NOT a sure thing'...

Because I didn't have any papers to prove my point, the judge settled the case by saying that they are not to give me a refund on the basis of everything being vague on both sides and he said that I must try and resell my software to some other person for which Nu-tech advantage will help me...GOODNESS! I cried a lot even in the hearing room and after coming out of it...I could see the wicked smile on Nu-tech people's face.

JUSTICE, I didn't get...

I WILL NOT LET THIS TO HAPPEN TO OTHERS NOW SO I AM SUBMITTING THIS COMPLAINT. MAY THOSE PEOPLE WIND UP THEIR SCAM BUSINESS AND GIVE REFUND TO EVERYONE.

Goodluck to the victims of this company

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    Mr Saurabh Patel Nov 01, 2008
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    This happened in 2007. I met their sales consultant in the Westfield shopping centre. He showed me a software on Horse racing betting which followed the "smart money" and had "sure profits". The sales consultant of their company told me that it is a 'sure thing' and there are 'guaranteed profits' to this. He also told me that if I am not happy then I can always ask for a refund during the training sessions. Thats it! he kept quiet with the refund policy at this point. Then I got interested because I thought they are genuine to give such a offer of refund as well.

    I got interested because he showed me the so called 'profits' that he had made only during today's race After purchasing the software I realised that even when I click a button on past won races and not the lost ones, then the software paper trades and shows up those profits which were not 'real' time profits but just fake manipulated by the software to help them sell it.

    THEY NEVER GOT ME TO SIGN ANY DOCUMENTS ABOUT THEIR REFUND POLICY...LIKE CAN YOU BELIEVE THISSSS??? NO SIGNATURESSSSSSSS, NO FORMAL DISCLOSURE OF THEIR REFUND POLICY WHEN THEY PORTRAY AS IF THEY ARE ALL PROFESSIONALS...WOULD A PROFESSIONAL COMPANY DO SOMETHING LIKE THIS?????

    I asked them for a refund and they showed me their 'CLAWS', their true colour...

    Now all of them say that their refund policy was such their I can ask for a refund on during the first three training sessions...CRAPPP...NO one ever told this to me...

    I lodged my case with the COnsumer Trader and Tenancy Tribunal. The sales rep who now tells the judge that he explained everything clearly to me, even the three training session refund policy and also that it entailed 'RISK' and that it was 'NOT a sure thing'...

    Because I didn't have any papers to prove my point, the judge settled the case by saying that they are not to give me a refund on the basis of everything being vague on both sides and he said that I must try and resell my software to some other person for which Nu-tech advantage will help me...GOODNESS! I cried a lot even in the hearing room and after coming out of it...I could see the wicked smile on Nu-tech people's face.

    JUSTICE, I didn't get...

    I WILL NOT LET THIS TO HAPPEN TO OTHERS NOW SO I AM SUBMITTING THIS COMPLAINT. MAY THOSE PEOPLE WIND UP THEIR SCAM BUSINESS AND GIVE REFUND TO EVERYONE.

    Goodluck to the victims of this company

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