Of the course of the past few days, we saw a slew of comments being made public, by the Paranologies paranormal equipment maker and the Gettysburg Ghost Exchange. Comments, that should have raised even more concern in specific regards to one mans handling of his own companies said product.
A article written explained how the Paranologies owner and equipment maker reacted to complainants issues with her equipment product. It was quite frankly A said beginning to then to be arising complaints now being seen all over social media.
Jeremy jones of Paranologies under investigation for selling faulty ghost hunting equipment and shunning complaints. Telling customers Fu** You. | Paranormal Herald World News Today (paranormal-herald-magazine.com)
If the said no refund policy had not been a clear message, then what about people not getting there product at all. With delayed answers and excuses from “I have not been working to even a self published video stating he was and had to many orders, people began to wonder if they were being conned.
Paranologies equipment maker began falling under crucial concerns from people who had allegedly not gotten there product late last year. It had been stated that the company had gotten back logged and some customers had waited for months, while others had never received anything. Minus broken shipment promises.
Just the other day The Gettysburg Ghost Exchange, A paranormal store in P.A had appeared to have dropped the company all together. This is what had been said, by both parties.
Bottom comments are from Paranologies equipment maker.
In an January 4th article we showed a current You Tube video, for anyone else wanting to see what the paranologies company had to say about allegedly stiffing his customers.
Paranologies founder displays You Tube video explaining why he has allegedly not shipped orders. Did customers orders stop shipping after hotel had been bought? | Paranormal Herald World News Today (paranormal-herald-magazine.com)
Back on march 10th,yet another article was written showing probable FTC complaint.