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Author Topic: World's first real Free Energy Flashlight - no shaking - no batteries! No Solar  (Read 140036 times)

Offline markdansie

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Yes, exactly. I've sent them the link to the Metabunk thread, and they closed it very promptly :)

Well done, I ran the article at R-G and know a few people who also reported it.
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Offline skywatcher

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They sent me a new flashlight some weeks ago which should have all problems fixed.
But the first test showed that it didn't work as well, in fact it was even worse than the first one.
I also did not see any significant differences, only a blob of solder on one of the accumulators to fix the problem of loose contacts.

Some days later, they asked me if i received the flashlight and if i could send back the first one.
I replied that i want to send back both of them, and would like to have a full refund of $99 plus shipping fees.

They agreed without any discussion, and today i received my money back via PayPal.

So at least i can not complain about their customer service.  Of course the 'customer satisfaction' would have been greater if the product had worked....   

Offline e2matrix

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Glad at least you got your money back - guess we can label this one a 'scam'.  They probably get enough people that just don't want to go to the trouble of dealing with it or even testing it to see it's not what is claimed so they end up making money on it.   Thank you for investing your time and money to check this out.   It's good they were taking PayPal since PayPal now gives up to 6 months to get your money back if sellers won't.   

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