In December of 2012, I had seen Jason Sullivan and Mark Klaas, from the Klaas foundation, on an early morning show here in Oregon. I’m not sure where the show was taped. The product that Mr. Sullivan was selling sounded great for my neice and nephew. He was selling a new watch that would help in times of emergencies to contact officials/911. The watch was still in the process of being manufactured but the prototype was easy and a great idea for young kids to operate. I checked into his website and it was asking for $149.00 per watch for pre-orders. My brother and I spoke about it and he thought it was a great deal and I was looking out for my kids. I ordered 2 making my payment $300.00. I contacted the company in January to get some more information on how the production was coming along and when I might see my purchase. I was told nothing for a long time after that. By March-April I was thinking these watches were not going to production that this was a scam. So I sat down and sent an email requesting my money returned. I had been injured at work and decided to go back to college and finish my education so I didn’t have the extra money to just toss out the window. At the time I was dealing with surgeries from my work injury and school and this garbage was the last thing I had time to deal with. I was trying to do something good for my family by protecting our kids and this guy took my money and ran. I have been dealing with this loser company off and on for the past 3 years, the website is down, the watches never appeared and I’m out the money. I’m not sure how Mr. Klaas feels about his name and face being used for a scam but I’m pretty sure he would not approve. Again I want my money returned I have tuition that needs paid and that money would help. And knowing that this clown has ripped people off from Florida to the West Coast and back is making me very angry. The Department of Justice needs to step in and clean this trash off the streets so not to rip off anyone else.
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