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Phone: (623) 487-8550 View Additional Phone Numbers PMB 221, 5820 W. Peoria Avenue #107, Glendale, AZ 85302
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TechKnowLogic Devices is a dealership for United Community Services of America based in Butler, New Jersey. UCSofA markets products developed by Better World Technologies and the International Tesla Electric Company such as the "Home Electricity Machine" that claims to eliminate electric utility bills and provide total "energy independence." UCSofA also promotes attendance at seminars through its dealerships, including TechKnowLogic Devices. These seminars offer the product for an "investment" of $275. While it has been claimed that a prototype of the product has been developed, no one has actually seen the product. The company states it is waiting until one point six million households have "invested" in this product before actual production begins.
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Business ManagementMr. Dennis Lee, Founder/President Mr. Chris Hampton Mr. Charles W. McAnlis, Dealer Mr. Jeffry Otto, Dealer Mr. Don Winfield, Dealer
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