People Helping People Review

The caller said we would receive a certificate for $500. worth of groceries if we allowed a representative of theirs to demonstrate their water purification system. I mentioned that we would not be buying. She said that buying was not necessary, we would still get the certificate. The guy did come to demonstrate and he gave us an address were we could mail for our certificate. He also said that the certificate would be good at any grocery store. I’m sorry I did not keep a copy of his note or the return envelope. The certificate we got is good on-line only and not at any grocery store. The certificate is good for coupons only not groceries. (I do have the certificate which I will try to attach to this note but if I can’t I will send it separately)

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