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Warrior Custom Golfphone calls - investment opportunity?

I got the free hybrid card in the mail. Called the number. Salesman was incredibly smooth, sucked me in. As soon as I got off the phone, however I felt sick to my stomach the way the salesman talked, and was already trying to pitch me on all kinds of clubs, packages.., I felt like I needed to go online and see what all the hype was as I'd never heard of these guys. I about crapped when I saw all the complaints, so I immediately called my bank to cancel my card (as a debit card). But it was too late. I called them back and said I didn't want the free club, the lady I talked to this time said they didn't even have a record of the order, but she would make sure it didn't get processed and no club would be shipped... ya right. The next day my card had been charged. So at this point, I had reduced the damage to only being charged the $25 shipping fee. So then (8 weeks later) the club arrived with regular flex after I was assured by the salesman it would be stiff flex. I'm a 11 handicap player. Took it to the range, and it just sucked, everthing about it was cheap, from the shaft to the clubhead, even the paint was already chipped on the head edges. Regardless, this complaint is about the phone calls afterwards. The most recent phone call was a pitch to me to invest in a golf course in my area that was going to be built... Where do these people come from? The phone call started out as "I am not trying to sell you any golf clubs, so don't worry." "Let me ask you a question?" "What would you say to someone who put $5000 into an investment and 3 years later had $20, 000?" Of course I responded, "He made a good investment.". Then he said they were raising money for a new golf course opening up and wanted to give me the opportunity to make this kind of return. I said I don't have any money to invest, and why would they be calli... (hung up on me). Don't ever think these guys have your best interest or will ever do what they say they will. Lies.


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    john762 Nov 13, 2012

    why would they care about you if you arent a customer... lol id probably do the same thing if i worked phones

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    Holbein Dec 29, 2014
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    I was scammed they said if you pay shipping and handling for a John Daley wedge but when they shipped it it had three demo clubs with it that I did not order and they charged my credit card $525.00. Do not ever deal with warrior golf they are a bunch of scam artist that do not even care about customer satisfaction JH

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