David B.
Phoenix, AZMember since June 2018

Reviews (2)


    • Jul 30, 2019
    • Verified Reviewer

    GenF20 Plus

    SCAM ALERT!

    My wife and I have been taking GenF20 HGH Releaser pills for over a year. The vendor's claims have been completely false. We haven't lost any belly fat, in spite of diligent daily diet control and exercise. We feel woozy, "out-of-it" and lethargic most of the time, feelings we never experienced before beginning the GenF pill regimen. In my opinion, this product is a waste of money and ineffective. I say this based on the results my wife and I have experienced over a period of more than a year of taking this supplement. We plan to discontinue paying their rip-off price for an ineffective dietary supplement once our current supply is depleted. We are still hoping to experience the benefits touted by the vendor, in which case we would continue using the product, but I seriously doubt anything will change within the next six months.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    5 people found it helpful

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    • Jun 25, 2018
    • Verified Reviewer

    HomeAdvisor

    HomeAdvisor CANNOT be trusted

    I hired Jeff Nickell of JSN Restoration & Remodeling to perform construction work related to the safety of my family based upon a 5-star rating from HomeAdvisor. HomeAdvisor recommended JSN Restoration & Remodeling for my work project.

    Jeff Nickell and I agreed upon a work proposal that he presented to me. I had to wait for a month before he could start the job, he told me. The day before the job was scheduled to be done, Jeff Nickell called me up and canceled the job. He told me he was going out of town on family business and would get back to me the following week. He also told me that he would have his subcontractors call me to schedule the work he agreed to perform.

    Jeff Nickell never contacted me again, his subcontractors never contacted me, and I was left holding the bag with a viga beam that supported my roof cracking and in jeopardy of collapsing, potentially causing injury or worse to my family and anyone visiting my home.

    I submitted a review to HomeAdvisor reflecting these facts and HomeAdvisor removed it from their site because I hadn't given Jeff Nickell any money yet. How could I give him money when he never showed up to do the job? HomeAdvisor is a self-serving business that has total disregard for the welfare of the gullible public that relies upon their advice for their hiring decisions. HomeAdvisor CANNOT BE TRUSTED.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    3 people found it helpful

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