Power4 Home Rip Off – How To Get Your Money Back

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Power4 Home Rip Off – How To Get Your Money Back

I have been surfing the internet on information related to DIY home solar power system and as usual, the Power4Home web site will always pops up. John Russel, the creator of the Power4Home program has been getting a lot of attention, both positives and negatives.

Generally, people that bought John’s DIY home solar guide are happy with their purchase. The information is very concise and the High Definition (HD) instructional videos are excellent.

However, just like any other product in the market, there are bound to be unhappy customers. Similarly, Power4Home has the same challenges.

It seems those that are not happy with their purchase feel as if they have been scammed or ripped off. I have read some of the forum posts of these unhappy customers and some made it their personal quest to drag the publishers of Power4Home to court and making sure they end up behind bars!

Well, I thought to myself, it’s only a $47 e-book, why are they getting so worked up for?

For those that feel that Power4 Home is a rip off, maybe this blog post will assist them.

A lot of complaints come from people that have paid for the e-book but did not receive the download link. There’s a simple solution to this issue.

Power4Home is sold through Clickbank. They are the largest portal on the web that sells information product and software.

All the products sold through Clickbank are automatically covered by their 60 days money back guarantee. Click on the link below and it will bring you to Clickbank Customer support / refund page.

Click here for Clickbank Customer Support

You will need your Clickbank order number though. You will also have to provide your email for verification.

It’s a hassle but a lot of freebie seekers are exploiting this feature. They want to the product but are too cheap to buy it. So they will complain and make a big fuss hoping to get a free copy. The same problem is in every market.

So, if you feel as if you have been scam by purchasing the Power4 Home guide, just follow the steps above and get your refund. Remember, you have to get it done within 60 days from your purchase date.

It’s a simple procedure. Don’t get so worked up about it, you might end up with a heart attack.

==> Click here to visit Power4Home now!


By | 2012-10-28T08:00:37+00:00 April 25th, 2010|Power 4 Home|1 Comment

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  1. Dianna Hill March 24, 2012 at 8:22 am

    The CD wording etc is in easy to understand english (Unlike another similar product, where you needed to have a degree in electrical engenering) but I was under the impression I was getting the delux edition and would be recieving more products plus paper (not E) books to make it easier to follow along.
    so is it just me or were others under the same impression??

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