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  1. #1
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    aaTCM

    Has anyone heard of this and is it a scam? If not,has anyone earned any money in it?

  2. #2
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    Re: aaTCM

    NOT a scam, and a GREAT idea for those who can tolerate cell phones and use them heavily in situations that require perpetual communications reliability.

    This is a package of adapters that will connect to ANY cellphone sold in the USA and many other places that allows you to charge your cell phone from a AAA BATTERY ( or is it AA battery?) when your cell phones internal battery DIES.

    I say again, this is a HUGELY useful tool, people ARE making money,and the company has attracted many VERY well heeled investors as a result.

    In fact, if the idea wasn't awesome, why has EVEREADY BATTERY company suddenly established a KNOCK OFF?

    If you can afford to do this and can SELL, you have multiple MILLIONS of potential customers.

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    Re: aaTCM

    Just an update
    aaTCM is changing its name because of all the bad publicity surrounding the *charger*
    There is a law suite pending between the manufactures of the charger and aaTCM
    aaTCM no longer sells the charger and are now concentrating on a new product called *LITESOUT* (a sleeping aid non prescription)
    Does all that sound familiar ?

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    Re: aaTCM

    I joined up with this AATCM a while back, I got the FREE website also, but it states that if I have the FREE website I am not allowed to ask any questions. That is too bad because I have many many questions on how this thing is run and other problems, but I can't get any answers to ANYTHING! They also use language that I am not familiar with, and so once again I can't get anything started to promote this business because I have no one to ask. Oh, I forgot, they tell me to contact my "Upline", which I did, twice, no answer from anyone. I also found a link to the company, I emailed them twice, no answer there either. This may not be a scam, but if I can't get any help from anybody, it is no use to me! :mad:

  5. #5
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    Re: aaTCM

    You can now buy cell phone AA/AAA chargers anywhere from Amazon to Yahoo shopping.

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    Re: aaTCM

    I have a friend who tried to get me into this - they never shipped the product he ordered and always had some big excuse as far a "manufacturing gliches in China or Mexico", etc. etc. However, it is a much needed product, but you now can buy these in a lot of different places (much cheaper) and Energizer is adveritsing them on TV

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    Re: aaTCM

    Absolute scam. Ordered product early June 06. Never received. Asked several times about it. When I requested a refund, never got a reply except for the "suggestion" that I take another product instead. I'm trying to be as big a pain in the ass as possible to them, but I've written it off personally.

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    Re: aaTCM

    I've also had a bad experience with the product;s ordering. Just lots my money.
    It is very important to choose only reliable services in the Internet. For example, if I want to spend money on some website, like online shop or online casino, I use the following steps to determine website's legitimacy:
    1) Check the company’s website for a legitimate telephone number and address
    2) Browse the company's website for discrepancies and indicators of professionalism. If a website says one thing in one spot, and then contradicts itself in another spot, that's a red flag that the business is not coordinated
    3) Review the website’s policy pages. Legitimate companies will almost always have terms of use or terms and conditions pages, as well as privacy policy pages.
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