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farmer i.

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3 Reviews by farmer

• Updated review
One thing you can do if you happen to sign up for something online is to get a virtual credit card number from your credit card provider. I used CitiCards. It gives you a virtual number and allows you to set a limit for that number. Also, it lets you limit the time for which the card is valid (from 2-12 months).
Totally worthless
• Previous review
For $30 you can get and download a totally worthless review of yourself. The information is either wrong or obsolete, but mainly useless.
Don't waste your money!
My wife taught me to review all grocery slips from Kroger. Almost invariably, they over charge on something or another. My nemesis is with the soda pop area. You absolutely have to, have to, have to read every word on the shelf tag. I usually get it right, but today, I was wrong again for the umpteenth time.
Their trick is to change the number of bottles you have to buy to get the marked price. They change the typeface each time, so sometimes it is small, sometimes it is large and should not be easy to miss, but is anyway, because you didn't expect it to be so large.
In any case, the generic brand is the trickiest. One week it is 69 cents if you buy 3. Next week it is 79 cents if you buy 5, next week (this week) the name brand is 88 cents if you buy 4. Some weeks, you can buy just one for 79 cents, other weeks you have to buy 5 to get the 79 cent price. I got caught today and didn't read the tag quite right. I bought three name brand sodas that I thought would be 88 cents each--that's the biggest type face. Well, when I went to check out, it was $1.67. I went to "customer service" Ha Ha Ha. The lady there pointed out that it was 88 cents for four not three. She was absolutely right. I muttered a few polite criticisms and told her to take them all back. I didn't buy any. The store brand was 79 cents if you buy? (I forgot to look).
Always tricking the customer. Of course if you buy $100+ worth of groceries, you won't see that you got gypped--who takes the time to look at 40 or 50 items anyway? Kroger wins.
For sure, SpamCop has no interest in writing software to direct complaints to the appropriate abuse email addresses that are easily found on the web.
My guess is that SpamCop IT programmers and staff just sit around smoking marijuana all day and at 3:30 pm go zooming to the farthest bar in their brand new Tesla and have sex.
These guys have to be the very laziest people on the planet.
The only report they send is to *******@hotmail.com.
I found these IP addresses in the report I sent: 194. 72. 6. 62, Both belong to bt.com. It turns out that bt.com actually has a complaint email: *******@bt.com.
SpamCop did not send anything to them.
Very few of the one hundred or so reports I sent showed that SpamCop passed the report to anyone except hotmail.com. Well, hotmail.com isn't going to do anything. Their response is always that it isn't their server sending the spam, so they can't do anything about it.

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Farmer I.'s review of Kroger earned 3 Very Helpful votes

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