Human Time Project adopts Blake Mycoskie’s fantastic business model to provide a free watch to a Health Care worker that needs one for every watch purchased.
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STOP!! Don’t do it. Irregular, HORRIBLE, scam??? Which word should I use
to describe my dealings with the company? My son ordered a watch for me
for Christmas in November of 2011. Didn’t arrive until April. Watch
worked only sporadically for a couple of months, even with new
batteries. Returned it and still haven’t received the replacement, after
exchanging many e-mails over the next few months. DON”T, DON’T, DON’T
buy from this company!!! If they can’t deliver a single watch to
Arkansas, it’s hard to believe they can send thousands of watches to
doctors in Africa. From my experience and the forums I’ve read it smells
like a scam to me. Better off to give $95 to a local food shelter. Lord
knows, with this economy we have enough suffering people here at home.
I can back up what the last poster said. I’m currently dealing with the same situation: no watch, no email responses, no voicemail responses. Can’t help but wonder how many of the matching recipients are getting their watches if the company can’t even send purchased products out… Sadly this seems like a complete scam.