Posted by Kaffy on July 20, 2007, at 6:13:49
In reply to Depression Cure valid? Money Back Promise, posted by diablo esquire on July 20, 2007, at 5:50:36
> Forgot to make important point...all these seemingly reassuring money back promises have no way to be enforced in any practical manner, just another version of pyschobabble(apoligy to board name) used to create some false sense of security...only way would be to ask them to state "agent for service of process" in your state that you could take to small claims court...otherwise too small potatoes for any enforcement..
Agree! If he 'guarantees' his product, he should at least charge half now, half when satisfied, or pay WHEN satisfied. That way, HE is the one taking the loss, if any. The price is ridiculous for an 'unknown' product. A 20-minute office visit to reputable physician is less than that, and he's providing much less, without face-to-face confirmation and feedback. This is what happens when we no longer have Carnivals and the man with the 'where is the ball hidden' side show!
A charlatan, to be sure.