The parts that burns my biscuit is I was simply looking for answers and he is accusing me of trying to FRAUD HIM OUT of my deserved refund IF I give birth to the girl I know I am carrying! And to use the jargon he used to try to confuse me is just ridiculous, I am NOT stupid and my brother has a PHD in Chemistry. Nell Boyce would like to hear from anyone that has given birth and received a refund, her email is Nell Boyce [firstname.lastname@example.org]
I still think anyone that has a baby of the opposite sex of what Acu-gen says needs to try to get their money back the original way. If they say no then you can follow instructions here for MA laws to get your money. I have spoken to a lot of lawyers and the Office of Consumer affairs in MA, they all told me the same thing.
Copy & paste this whole thing, I can't get the link all on one line, or go to http://www.massgov.com and search on 30 day demand letter:
I talked to my brother yesterday and this is what he had to say:
"Nothing's impossible, but I find their claims and attitude disturbing to say the least. I skimmed the scientific portion of their site, and
I can't say if their base science is wrong, but I also have no idea if it a load of manure, either.
In either case the geologic time scale stuff is crap, snake oil and other things designed to stop you from collecting what is due to you."
I also chatted with the Baltimore Sun, the Boston Globe, Nell from NPR and I am just waiting for more. Acu-Gen can be as stupid as they want, I will tell everyone that will listen about this. I am tired of being blamed for their wrong doing, like because I trust something that is in front of my eyes, I am wrong and shouldn't do that.
Thanks for the support ladies