Superior Distribution/AZC Lindale Texas Review

This company is a total rip-off. I was told that I could get a full refund within 30 days. I used it once, it was gross, called the company to get a returned merchandise Authorization number as it stated on my packing slip, I called and stated the problem, I spoke with a lady named Laurel who said she was a supervisor, and that I wasn’t getting a refund, she hung up on me. I called her back, she hung up on me again, I called another number, got another csr and she hung up on me. I know the law and if you encounter this same problem, whether it was last year or whenever, if you are reading this Ripoff Scams, then you were ripped off. Call the State Attorney Generals office and the better business bureau in Arizona to get a complaint form. If the State Attorney General gets enough complaints, maybe something can be done, I am thinking about starting a class action lawsuit. I only need 30 people to make up a class for the lawsuit. Call the attorney general in Arizona and request a complaint form, they investigate every complaint. The attorney general is Tom Horne, here is the phone number. (602) 542-5052. if you are interested in joining the possible class action lawsuit, please send an email to me at [email protected] Please report these rip-off artists

7211 E. Southern Ave. #111 Mesa, Arizona USA

1-888-534-3598

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