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All Can Succeed
(402) 415-6185View Additional Phone Numbers1802 Florence Blvd, Omaha, NE 68110
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(3-10-10) Better Business Bureau (BBB) is warning consumers to use caution when doing business with an Omaha company called "All Can Succeed," a door to door magazine solicitation company.
BBB has received complaints from consumers in Nebraska, California and Georgia. Complainants have reported not receiving the subscriptions they paid for and being provided false address information, making it impossible to utilize the "Three Day Right to Cancel" law.
Many door-to-door magazine sales companies employ crews of high school and college-age people who are trying to earn money over the summer. These crews are sent to communities to knock on doors and sell magazines-sometimes without appropriate licensing. In the sales pitch, the representative might explain they are working to help get their lives back on track, raising money for school tuition.
In an article released by the Council of Better Business Bureaus (CBBB) in May, 2009, CBBB President Steve Cox stated, "Experience tells us that customers aren't the only victims of this scam; the young salespeople are also potentially being taken advantage of by their employers and forced to work long hours, endure substandard living conditions and have their wages withheld from them."
BBB offers the following advice:
* Always research the company with your Better Business Bureau for free at bbb.org before filling out a check for a magazine subscription.
* The Federal Trade Commission's Three-Day Cooling-Off Rule gives the customer three days to cancel purchases over $25 that are made in their home or at a location that is not the seller's permanent place of business. Along with a receipt, salespeople should also include a completed cancellation form that customers can send to the company to cancel the agreement. By law, the company must give customers a refund within 10 days of receiving the cancellation notice.
* Victims of fraudulent magazine sales can file a complaint with BBB at bbb.org or 800-649-6814, local law enforcement, and state Attorney General offices.
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