Post # 1
We’ve been getting incessant calls from a company called Nutrichef telling us that if we attend a 90-minute demonstration of their product, we will receive a 4-day, 3-night vacation. I know that it must be some kind of scam–too good to be true and all that, but I couldn’t get the person who called me to tell me what the catch is–she said that is really is as simple as attend a demonstration, buy something or don’t, doesn’t matter, and every couple receives the vacation, guaranteed. Does anyone have experience with this company? What’s the catch? Or is it all just a lie/scam, on its face?
Post # 2
That’s what they do with timeshare talks too. It’s weird but they give you stuff just for suffering through their spiel. Might be true! Can’t say for sure.
Post # 3
Agree, it sounds like the timeshare things – beware…they can be really convincing I hear!
But I’m ALWAYS suspicious of “winning” something I never entered…
Post # 4
If they’re not telling you, there’s a reason. There is no vacation, it’s a scam. Just stop answering.
Post # 5
You do get the gifts. No pressure to buy and they give you food to try cooked in the pans.. i have gone and actually bought the cookware