My aunt, who has Alzheimer's, ordered a Teeter a while back and decided she didn't need it. We sent the unopened box back for a full refund. I explained to the company that she has memory problems and that she doesn't remember ordering things most of the time.
She ordered a second one in April, and I have contacted customer service twice trying to return this one. It isn't safe for someone her age and in her current health state to be on. They refuse to let me return it saying that it has been past the 90-day return period. She ordered in April of 2018, so if it is past it couldn't have been more than a few days past when I first contacted them. I explained once again that she has Alzheimer's and we haven't even opened the box, but they refuse to help me out in any way stating that they called to confirm the second order. Of course, they talked to my aunt, and she has problems thinking clearly and making decisions.
It wouldn't hurt their company to let me return the table (that cost her $400) because they could just resale since the box is unopened. Companies shouldn't be able to take advantage of the elderly like this! They knew from before when I returned the first one that she has problems with her mind. Teeter, you should be ashamed!
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Why would you give this company 1 star and accuse them of "ripping off an elderly lady?" If a person has Alzheimer's, dementia or any other debilitating condition, you can't fault the company who delivers a product that was purchased by this individual.