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Roseann"Rosie" Z.

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Experience: Health, Clothing & Fashion, Beauty

Member since August 2014

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About Me

i better update my profile!! I’m a retired RN, BSN who was born in Wisconsin, who moved to northern CA near Sacramento at age 35, and lived there FOR 31 YEARS THAT WENT BY IN A BLINK OF AN EYE. Last November, 2018, my.husband and I moved back to our home state of WI, just to experience the worst winter that most people could remember! Talk about culture and weather shock! We moved from a city of 350,000 to one of 5,000, with HORRIBLE internet service. But we are with our families again!

How I Can Help

During the last 10 years of my Nursing career, I worked in Quality and Risk Management, particularly in Infection Prevention. I am very knowledgable about statistics, and how they can easily fool people. I also can spot some instances where reviews are fake and being written by either owners or employees of the company. When I make a mistake and order from a horrible or fraudulent company, I fight back. I let other customers know why I wouldn't recommend that they buy from that company.


Shopping (unfortunately), reading, coloring, fishing, and writing reviews!!

100 Reviews by Roseann

I guess you might think of "wisdomganga.com" as somewhat like Sitejabber.com, except not as great as Sitejabber. I was looking up a company that sounded too good to be true, and wisdomganga listed a number of items that were suspicious and led them to believe the site was a scam. Today I saw there was an article about what to do IF you get scammed. Whoever writes these articles, or at least the one today, isn't good with spelling or grammar, and the information given is very basic, but they do have links about some companies they believe are scams. It's not a BAD site. It could be made a lot better.
The company I originally investigated did turn out to be one that WAS NOT A GOOD COMPANY.
We have to be extra careful now because sleazy scammers are out to try and get our money!
My sister in law sent me and many others an email about this fantastic product. She had heard about it from a cousin. They were all pretty sold on it. Happily, I believe I saved them some money.
ANOTHER SHARK TANK FAKE AD. These Shark Tank ads show up online. I've seen them for several different products. This product is "KETO Slim", some kind of product that is supposed to switch your body into ketosis, thus leading to weight loss and increased energy.
The headline is: "EVERY JUDGE ON SHARK TANK BACKED THIS PRODUCT FROM NORTH CAROLINA". The funny thing, and the reason my relative emailed this to so many is that a day or two before, this product was from WISCONSIN, where we all live! I have seen these Shark Tank ads for several different products over the last couple years, all of them using the same words. First the ad says, "Never before had the judging panel unanimously decide to invest millions into a potential product." A LIE, since I've seen at least 2 other products saying the same claim. Also, the couple who developed this was the "first to receive a standing ovation". (So were the other developers).
This is another of those products that are not sold in stores and that potentially could involve autoshipping, which is only revealed in tiny font. They are also very expensive.
I was burned once. Now I make it a kind of mission to warn others, especially seniors like me who are on limited incomes.
Thank you.
I was interested to see what kind of dresses this site had, but when I looked online, it said the business had closed down. It was a start-up that failed. I believe I read that the founder wrote a book or articles about why it failed.
But I became very puzzled when I looked and saw reviews written just a few days ago!! And others written a month ago. So I deleted my review, thinking I was wrong. However, then I saw on the site where we review businesses on Sitejabber that it DID say "business closed". I'm kind of confused.
Anyway, based on my research, I rewrote my original review again. It's a shame the business didn't make it because it had some great reviews in the past. But the majority of start-ups do fail.
Gammybest is a website that is selling really nice looking sandals and shoes. From their ads, which have been showing up in some iTunes games I (unfortunately) play, it looks as if these shoes are made very well, scientifically to fit the feet and avoid foot problems. But now we have to investigate all sites first. I looked up gammybest online, and there were numerous websites that called this company a scam. They said you may not receive your product, if you receive something, it won't be what you want, and watch your credit card for unwanted use. One of the best sites I read was "wisdomganga.com", which I will review soon.
I got an ad from another Website (one I had deleted long ago) about this product called Arthrozene that is supposed to lubricate joints, increase mobility, and decrease pain. To me this ad seemed similar to other sites that pretty much were scams, such as the Dr Gerhauser site. I have very painful knees, and I've already had a right knee replacement in 2011. So since I have been scammed before, I looked Arthrozene up online and came upon "Consumer.tv". Consumer.tv DOES provide coupons and discounts for certain items. However, they have a quasi-scientific look to their reviews-an overview, key benefits, ingredients and how they work, where to buy, and FINAL VERDICT. I noticed that the 5-star reviews were always the ones for the products for which they had discounts or coupons.
In the fine print, if you clicked down on the bottom, I found out why. Consumer.tv had to submit a "Disclosure of Material Connection". This means that if someone clicks on a link and buys a product that they have a deal with, Consumer.tv will get a commission. This is a Federal Trade Commission requirement that they post this.
Once in a while, I get addicted again to these candles with hidden rings or jewelry. It is fun to see what you end up with, even though most of the time, it's something "meh". Jackpot candles advertises their strong scents. Either my nose doesn't work or the candles have a barely discernible scent. The rings I got were cheap, although one was rated at $35. Ha! 2 of the rings did not have the code that you can look up to see the price. These candles in full size are in the $25.00 range, bath bombs with jewelry $16, and small candle tins around $16.
I'm old enough to know better. If I saved the money i spent on these candles, I'd have enough money to buy a decent ring myself! I'm going to try to put a photo of the $35 appraised ring on this review. Judge for yourself.
The silvery things on the sides are just bumps of whatever metal used. The stone is pink. If you want it, let me know.
It's not that Jackpot items are bad, but they are just on par with the other jewelry in a candle companies.
Well, at my age, I tried to add a photo but nothing happened.
I became an Avon Representative when I moved to Wisconsin. I have many relatives in WI, so I thought I'd make them all customers. However, upon moving here, I found out that there were already a lot of Avon Reps, and at my age, I didn't want to spend time selling things. However, you can become a Rep for $25 or $40 or more, get a kit full of samples and full sized products AND get a great discount on everything you buy for yourself!! And if you want to make money, Avon has such a wide range of products that are easy to sell.
I believe that Avon, being a huge company that has been around for a long time, has a research team that is top-notch in developing products or improving older products. And the prices are very reasonable. I love the skin care line a lot.
If you DO decide to make money as a Rep, you will have a lot of support from your sponsors.
I believe Avon is a solid business.
Thank you.
A friend of ours told us about his emergency food and water supply, something he accumulated in case of a disaster. We lived in a big city then, and I thought what if the power was off for days or weeks, looters were out, the grocery stores were empty, etc. So i bought some emergency food from mypatriotsupply.com. Now I live out in the country, and it snows here, with blizzard conditions that could make it impossible to drive to get food. This company has emergency/disaster foods and equipment of all types. Their foods are dehydrated, and all they need is water (and preferably something to warm them up). They are sealed in waterproof hard plastic tubs. And the expiration dates are 25 years from when you purchased them. I'm sure they would still be OK to use after 25 years, but that's just my opinion. I did try one meal-Mac and cheese, which I LOVE. IT tasted GREAT!
I believe that in this day and age, a wise person should be prepared. The government may not be able to help us in times of disaster. So put a kit of emergency supplies together, just in case.
The reason for 4 stars is that ALL emergency foods cost ALOT OF MONEY!
Thank you.
It's not only paleosecret.com but all these other diet plans that cost a lot of money. First, you can look up online ALL you need to know about the paleo diet without paying any money. You can also find many, many recipes and paleo products.
One of the most frustrating things about these plans, not only Paleo Secret but so many other Keto diets, etc that are for sale, is that all of them want to sell you their own supplements, which all cost a fortune! Some of these sites (not Paleo Secret) claim to be Christians (Dr. Gerhauser, for one), so if you are Christian, you might think he would never want to fool you in order to make money. Think again. Why are the supplements sold by these special diet companies SO EXPENSIVE? I would far more believe Consumer Labs than anyone selling high-cost supplements or I'd definitely believe SupplementClarity.com for unbiased research-oriented reviews of products before I'd spend tons of money.
All of these people are out to make money. Hey, that is capitalism, and we all want to make money! But if you put a little bit of your own research into finding out what a Paleo or Keto diet is, find free recipes, and buy supplements at reasonable prices , you will save money.
One other thing I very much dislike is getting e-books! I want a paper book that I can lay down on the counter and read as I cook the recipes. I'm old, OK, but I'm not dragging my iPad around by the stove.
This is my humble opinion.
I just came upon this website as I was looking up scams. It seems that this website uses Alexa somehow to determine whether a site is a scam or a legitimate business. Scam advisor then gives the business a percentage indicating its trustworthiness or its "scammyness". I looked up a business that I believe takes advantage of people, including me, by not telling us upfront that whatever we buy, even if we think we buy only one bottle of supplements, we are put on autoshipping. This company was given a high percentage of trustworthiness. There are no actual customer reviews documented of the sites I looked up. That doesn't mean there aren't actual customer reviews; it just means I didn't find any. The website also has articles on how to avoid being scammed and what to do if you have been.
I believe it may be a new website.
I'm interested if anyone else has seen this website-what are your impressions of it?
I ordered a pair of Clark shoes from Amazon, which were shipped from Famous Footwear. This was the second purchase of Clark shoes I had purchased from Amazon via Famous Footwear in about 4 months. Both pairs came within a short time frame, were packed very well, and fit me very well. I already had a couple pair of Clark shoes, so I knew my size and was confident in ordering online.
I now live outside a very small town in WI, instead of in a city of 350,000 with malls, so I will have to rely on online shopping for many things. I would have no problem ordering Clark foot wear from Famous Footwear again.
I came upon Grove.co probably on an online ad. They have a wide choice of more environmentally safe products for cleaning. So I ordered a bunch of products. However, right at the end of my order, I noticed that auto-shipping of my order would occur. If there is one thing I HATE, IT IS AUTO SHIPPING THAT I DO NOT WANT!!
Auto shipping has cost me so much money, time, and grief in the past that I carefully read EVERYTHING before buying.
However, I have to say that when I contacted Customer Service after noticing the auto shipping component, she immediately helped me in cancelling the future shipments.
Therefore, I was happy with this company.
On the other hand, Customer Service did tell me that the company runs on regular shipments of products. So know that in advance.
Hello Fresh is a service that delivers the ingredients for meals you select. They had a special price for 4 weeks, so I thought I would try it so my husband and I could cook together. Hahaha! He didn't get into it at all.
To explain how it works, a customer can choose the basic plan, a veggie plan or a family plan for however many meals a week you want for however many people you want to feed. I chose 2 meals a week for 2 people, and after the first week, it came up to about $27+ dollars a week, on the special. They send all the ingredients to your home, along with directions on exactly how to make each meal. Every meal was DELICIOUS.
I do NOT like to cook. It's time consuming and messy.
I ended up cancelling hellofresh because it was just too much work to make the meals.
However, their recipes gave me great ideas that I can simplify and use in the future.
And I have to say that all the deliveries came on time, even though i now live outside a small town in Wisconsin, and the winter here has been brutal!
I may sometime get back with HelloFresh and just order 2 meals for 2 people per month. They have very flexible plans. I maybe can handle complex meals twice a month.
But remember, i don't like to cook, and haven't done much cooking, so what's complicated for me may be simple for you.
It was easy to cancel, which I appreciated.
So I believe they are a good company, but it's just too much work for someone who hates to cook.
Naturalhealthresponse is one of the sites of Dr. Richard Gerhauser, who I think is an MD who practices natural medicine. I've been an RN, BSN from the University of Wisconsin since 1976, and throughout all my years of nursing, I now believe in natural medicine as well as parts of traditional western medicine.
However, Dr. Gerhauser has cost me a lot of money, time, and grief. I first started with him when he offered a book on "underground cures" that pharmaceutical companies and the establishment don't want you to know about. He promised a monthly newsletter for a senior citizen price of $37 a year. However, I never received a newsletter, but instead, my email inbox was flooded with his advertisements for his wonder supplements. In order to even find out WHAT his "miraculous" supplements were, you had to sit through a LONG BORING VIDEO or read a long, boring transcript. What I would do is scroll the transcript down to the bottom, where you finally could see what his product was. In order to order the product WITHOUT BEING TOLD THE PRICE UP FRONT, you have to put in your email address. Then you get to pick from 1 bottle, 3 bottles, or 6 bottles, ALL AT EXORBITANT PRICES.
Now, since I scrolled down this super-boring transcript (LONG LONG TRANSCRIPT), I didn't see that anything you purchased would be auto-shipped to you with the charge taken out of your credit card.
YES, I WAS STUPID in not reading everything, but if you would ever see one of these videos or transcripts, you would see that anyone would be BRAIN DEAD by the end of them! I'm serious. His ploy.
So now I'm receiving auto-shipped deliveries of his products which DO NOT WORK! And my credit card charges are escalating! So try to get in touch with him or his company! No email, no phone number easily found.
Finally, I found a phone number and told Customer Service to cancel EVERYTHING of Gerhauser's I had. Well, she cancelled the one product, but I got another auto-shipped product. On that one, Mind Defense, I finally found a site where you could cancel your order! Hallelujah!
Gerhauser is also associated with the following:

Please, be very cautious in any dealings with him or his companies. YOU WILL BE ON AUTO SHIPPING WITH YOUR CREDIT CARD CHARGED!!
I unsubscribed from his sites several times, and he just keeps emailing.
I truly believe that people like him should be investigated for poor business practices that prey on elderly people, like me, on a fixed income. And his claims for his products should be investigated, too.
I'm a senior citizen who is interested in improving my health. So I get an unsolicited email from Alliance for Advanced Health, which is something formed by a Dr. Gerhauser, an MD who also apparently focuses on supplements. The HOOK to catch a fish like me is that he offers a book, "Uncensored Health: 25 "Forbidden Cures"" for a low price or for only S&H IF you sign up for his newsletter. For a senior citizen like me, the cost for a year was only $37, so I signed up.e
I thought the newsletters would be full of helpful advice on keeping healthy. INSTEAD THEY
ARE PURE ADS FOR GERHAUSER'S SUPPLEMENTS!! You are forced to watch (or skip ahead) or read (or scroll to the bottom) of LONG, REPETITIVE, BORING VIDEOS OR TRANSCRIPTS, full of dubious claims for selling his supplements, which are sold through Solaire Neutraceuticals or NOW, Gold Leaf Nutritionals. ALL NEWSLETTERS ARE JUST EMAIL
ORDERS EVERY MONTH OR SO!!! I read info very carefully because I HATE AND DESPISE AUTO-SHIP, especially if it not made clear and up-front!!
And these products are horribly expensive. Most of the times, one bottle is $49.95 to $69.95, and he sells "bargains" of 2's and 3's for horrendous prices.
Nothing I've tried of his has even worked 1% as much as the fake reviews(they look fake to me) he posts show.
Besides, when you try to complete your order, you have to go through about 4-5 other products and be sure to press "NO" or you will be stuck with a huge credit card bill.
Finally, it is very hard to get in touch with this company in order to cancel an auto ship you never wanted in the first place. I called time and time again and finally, after an hour, got a live person today. Make sure you ask the Rep for confirmation of your cancellation. Earlier I tried using their customer support email, and I never heard a thing back.

I TRULY FEEL THAT PEOPLE LIKE GERHAUSER SHOULD BE INVESTIGATED FOR SCAMS AND DEVIOUS BUSINESS PRACTICES. There are several "doctors" who offer a free incentive for you to join their "club", and all you get is inundated with their ads for miracle products that prove to do nothing.
I don't know how I came upon Bonanza.com, except I think it came up when I looked up Boots No. 7, a foundation I was interested in. From what little I could research, it seems that Bonanza is a site where sellers of all kinds of products can advertise and try to sell their products. I'm not sure if this is true.
Anyway, I give 2 stars for the DESCRIPTIONS of the products on Bonanza website. The descriptions are SO HORRIBLY VAGUE!!! In some cases I'm not sure if a product is used or new, if something is leather or vinyl or cardboard, and so on. You can send a question to the seller, and I have without anyone answering.
So I thought I'd take a chance and I ordered what was described as a leather shoulder handbag. I couldn't tell the size of this purse, as no dimensions were given. I ordered another product, too, also with almost no specific information reported.
This site needs to provide buyers with a whole lot more in terms of describing their products! It's terrible how little sellers tell us about what they are selling!
So this first review gets one star (barely) for the way the website is set up and the complete lack of specific detail of the products.
Since I saw some reviews that said buyers got fake, cheap items, I ordered two things I could afford to lose money on. I hope I get good results. I will update this review later.
Thank you.
Jackson B. – Bonanza Rep
Hi Roseann, sorry to hear about the trouble with your first experience on Bonanza! To confirm, Bonanza is an online marketplace that connects buyers to transact directly with individual sellers. Bonanza does not produce, house or ship any items itself.

It sounds like you've taken the right step by attempting to contact the seller directly with your question, but you haven't heard back yet. Please contact our support team via email at support@bonanza.com. They are best able to assist through that support channel, and they will be glad to help!
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I wrote a very good review of Trinity Urgent Care, TUC, but after what happened to me next, I must revise it and let you know what my doctors and nurses cautioned me about. The provider at TUC correctly told me to see my personal doctor and a cardiology doctor as soon as possible. TUC had told me that my tests showed 3 things that I had never had before:
1. Pulmonary edema, or fluid in my lungs,
2. A problem with the electrical conduction in my heart, and
3. A leaking valve.
I was shocked. I saw a cardiologist 2 days later who gave me Nitroglycerin if I had chest pain and who told me to go to the ER if that didn't help the pain. Sure enough, two days later I got severe chest pain and ended up in an ambulance to the ED.
I had all the tests done that the cardiologist wanted, plus more. Thankfully, my heart is fine, and no fluid was found in my lungs.
Anyone with chest pain must go to the ER, so I'm not sorry I did. Don't think nothing might be wrong-just go.
But I believe that having already being under severe stress because we are moving across the country, the serious problems TUC said showed up made me even more stressed out.
My doctors and others reminded me that in most cases the Urgent Care provider never met you before, doesn't know you, and does not have your medical records. Also their equipment may not be as good as a hospital's, nor do they have specialists there to read your results.
So of you're told you have a serious thing you never knew before with your heart and lungs, please see your own doctors as soon as possible.
Urgent Care is for simple problems like sore throats, flu, broken bones. Anything that is complex should be followed by doctors who know you or have your past records.
Trinity Parkway Urgent Care in Stockton, CA 95209
• Previous review
I just had the most excellent, friendly, professional, and thorough care at Trinity Parkway Urgent Care Center in north Stockton CA. I thought about writing a review on Yelp until I saw how many business owners were very unhappy with Yelp. So I'm putting this on Sitejabber, which I know is an honest site.
Trinity Urgent Care is located near the Trinity Parkway Shopping Center. I believe its' hours are until 8:30 pm. The website gives the hours of operation and an overview of the busiest times each day.
I had two very complicated issues. I was VERY VERY IMPRESSED with my provider,a NP (Nurse Practitioner), Mary. Also with Don, who first interviewed me and did my X-rays. Everyone who helped me were great. But Mary was unbelievably knowledgeable, and she was so meticulous in my tests, my diagnosis, my treatment plan, and follow-up care!! I've been an RN, BSN for over 30 years, and it takes a lot to impress me. Mary did!
Trinity Urgent Care has digital radiology, probably has a link up for blood work, EKG and other testings in the clinic.
Before you leave, a health care person comes to give you printed information of your treatment plan and your follow up care. You can ask any questions then. Upon leaving, I got printed records of diagnosis and treatment, information sheets about each treatment, and a CD of all the X-rays they did! This helps you when you see your primary MD.
My problems were pretty serious, and I was told to follow up as soon as possible with my personal doctor and a cardiologist. Mary was wonderful in all ways. She really knows what she is doing!
I wrote a couple reviews on two other websites that offer miracle products that "aren't sold in stores" and that cost at least $39.99 per bottle. They use deceiving techniques that most likely anyone can see through.
I DID NOT BUY OR TRY THIS PRODUCT. I don't have skin tags or moles.
However, as an RN, BSN for 30 years, I find some of these website's techniques to be wrong.
First, they display a number of magazines or sites where the product has been advertised in. Many of these are bogus magazines or could even be their own catalogs.
Second, there is a stupid interview that some "doctor" (doctor of what?) has with some client who bought this product. These interviews are so funny!
Third, there is ALWAYS a day and time when you MUST ORDER TO GET A HUGE DISCOUNT, and every single time, that date is the day you see the ad and the time is midnight. You must order or you will lose out FOREVER. (In reality though, you find that you always get a little more time if you first ignore the wonderful discount).
Fourth: There are before pictures which are as gross and disgusting as you can imagine. Moles are growing on skin tags, that kind of thing! Then there are AFTER pictures in which beautiful, glowing skin is the result of using the product.
Fifth, often you are not shown the price of the product until you give the bulk of your information on address, phone number, email. Undoubtedly, the purpose of this info is to let other of these websites bombard you with more product ads of the same type.
Sixth, these products always cost about $39.99 to $49.99 (approximately) per bottle or unit. Then you are offered huge discounts on getting 3 bottles at once, or 6 bottles at once. You are urged to buy many bottles because the item is running out of supply, and you may never, ever get more!
Seventh, YES, I have been stupid enough to try a couple of products that have this scheme/template. NOT A ONE EVER WORKED!!
Now, it is possible that a product might conceivably work on someone. There is the Placebo Effect, after all; so sometimes if you believe hard enough that something will work, it might.
You can try anything you want to try. However, I've kicked myself for buying a few of these stupid products in the past with the only part working was the loss of weight of my wallet. So, I just want to tell people that there is a technique these companies have to sell you a product, where you don't even know what's all in it, just to make money.
So please consider what I'm saying, and then think about it and make a choice. The only reason I'm writing this is because this all seems like a scam to me.
Last, there are often 5 star always positive reviews from satisfied customers. Right.
I was browsing the internet when I came upon victoria-road.com. Maybe I'm biased, but when I saw Pakistan designers, I half expected head scarves and modest fashions. Boy, was I wrong! These women's and girl's clothes are BEAUTIFUL DESIGNER CREATIONS, using the best fabrics. These are really "custom" items that will make you stand out in a crowd.
Unfortunately for me, I can't really afford these items, as I'm retired and on a fixed income. Mainly though, I am too fat to wear these beautiful, unique dresses, skirts and tops, as most of them look like the XS category.
There is a "look-book" category of what is coming in the next season. The Priscilla top, and the Martina and Olivia dresses are beautiful and unique, real designer items.
Please, if you are a thin model type, and if you have the money for unique designer items, check out Victoria-Road.com!!
I wanted to leave a good review of an Urgent Care Center I had gone to, where I received wonderful care. Before I wrote the review, I looked at all the reviews of Yelp itself and was amazed to see that so many businesses and company owners were saying that Yelp is deleting their business' good reviews, letting obviously fake reviews stay, and altogether getting worse and worse as time passes!!
Then I had trouble even finding how to write a review myself!
I thought, "why should I even post a review on Yelp when so many people are giving bad reviews? So I'm forgetting about putting a review on Yelp.
I doubt this review of mine will be added to Yelp because I am going to recommend to reviewers that they may instead want to write reviews on Sitejabber.com instead. Sitejabber is an ethical company. I know because I wrote a number of reviews on Sitejabber, and eventually the founder of Sitejabber contacted me and other reviewers about how he could make Sitejabber better. He talked to us personally by phone, and then he actually implemented the changes we suggested! Really remarkable!
I don't know what happened with Help, but why post to a site when your good reviews may be deleted? Try Sitejabber instead.

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