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jennan1
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11/24/11

Beware: they post this product on Group On and Deal of the Day sites. This company is a rip off of the original mind cube that you see in stores. When you get your product, it looks like someone went to the hardware store, bought itty bitty magnetic balls, stuffed them in a plastic bag and then mailed them to you. When you email the company to complain about the quality of the product and the complete lack of professional packaging (I had bought this for a gift and now cannot give it the person it looks so pathetic), they send you back an automatic email with a list of usual complaints from customers followed by poor explanations. They also tell you No Refunds and then say if you want to upgrade to the next size of magnetic balls, you'll have to pay an additional 36 dollars! I also tried to find this company on google maps as they list it in Toronto on Yonge Street. The company does not exist but what does exist at the same address is another bogus company they run out of there - selling "pheremones" which are supposed to enhance your attraction to the opposite sex. This entire set up is a SCAM...do not be fooled!!!!!

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