Did you ever get your DreamMaker?
I ordered one from Wellness Tools
on 01/03/05. Wellness Tools CEO Bruce Gelerter took my order and charged my credit card the same day for $210. He assured me the merchandise would ship on 01/10/05.
But I never received it. He would not return my phone calls, emails, and certified letter.
Finally when I contacted firstname.lastname@example.org, he wrote that he had issued me a credit. But he hadn’t! It was a lie, to get him off he hook with Yahoo.
I looked around on the Net and found out a few things about Mr. Gelerter, a.k.a. “Wellness Tools” and “Electro-Medical Research, LLC.”:
Wellness Tools has a rating of UNSATISFACTORY with the Better Business Bureau of Southern Colorado.
I found three other customers who also ordered merchandise from Wellness Tools and never received it after payment. Two of them area at p067.ezboard.com/fdiligizerfrm35 … D=56.topic
All three describe Gelerter as a “rip-off artist”. That has also been my experience.
Gelerter was sued in 1998 by the Dept. of Banking and Finance, Division of Financial Investigations of the State of Florida.
He filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy in 2003.
He has been posting to numerous bulletin boards including support groups for dibetics with sale pitches such as this one:
Not only is this a false or unverified medical claim, but it is spam that violates the no commercial notices policy of those bullentin boards.
I hope you are able to recover your money. If you paid by credit card, you should write the credit card company (at the address for billing errors on your statement) requesting a chargeback.
You may wish to file complaints with the Internet Fraud Complaint Center, FTC, FDA, Colorado Attorney General’s Office, Yahoo Stores, and your local law enforcement.