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  • Report:  #1518103

Complaint Review: Geico and Progressive TV commercials are stealing your money -

Reported By:
John - Pittsburgh, United States
Submitted:
Wed, May 04, 2022
Updated:

Geico and Progressive TV commercials are stealing your money
United States
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Categories:
DISH TV, Internet, phone, and TV services, Cable TV, Cable TV Fraud
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If I'm paying for TV why do I have to watch commercials? The commercials pay the TV companies millions of dollars to scam TV viewers out of their money for mostly car insurance, but everything else under the sun. I find it appalling that you pay for TV service and you have to watch 60 commercials every hour so what do you get (not even 15 minutes of TV viewing time) after all the commercials.

There are commercial blockers for your TV and I'm creating one myself when the signal stops because of commercial approaching it automatically changes to a non-commercial TV station until the commercials are over then it will switch you back to your TV station that you have originally started viewing.

Everybody is trying to steal your money (especially Geico and Progressive insurance commercials) that charge you outrageous money so they can afford to advertise their stupid commercials.

https://scambusters.org/tvscams.html

Mind Control your TV - BBC Blogs 28K views · 6 years ago  

https://youtu.be/SDAitbInJ4A

 







4 Updates & Rebuttals

Karl

Highlands Ranch,
United States
Did you happen to see...

#2Consumer Comment

Sun, August 28, 2022

That the Dow Jones lost 1,008 points on Friday August 26, 2022 and it lost a total of 1,422 points for the week?

Feel free to type in 269041 at this site and read what is posted in Consumer Comment #3 entitled “Blame it on a Lawyer” at Ripoff Report #269041 for important information about stocks. Here is just one of the quotes:

”The prices (values) that you see posted for a share of stock for a publicly held company are all a lie. It’s an illusion.” -August 21, 2007

Fact: Thirteen months after that comment was posted at this site, the stock market crashed and the Global Banking System melted down. It appears that history may be repeated once again, wouldn’t you agree?

Have a wonderful Sunday!

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Karl

Highlands Ranch,
United States
Did you happen to...

#3Consumer Comment

Thu, August 11, 2022

type in 1491338 at this site and read Bobby’s Ripoff Report? If not, simply type in 1491338 and that will take you to Ripoff Report #1491338.

Have a nice day.

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Johnny Dollar

United States
Hilarious, Absolutely Hilarious!

#4Consumer Comment

Wed, August 10, 2022

 The cable companies have absolutely NOTHING TO DO with the content of the channels you see unless its their own channel for local "news". This is a VERY WELL KNOWN FACT! The channels have expenses and sell advertising to pay for those expenses as well as add profit.

This is also a VERY WELL KNOWN FACT. This is America and making money is legal! If you don't like that idea, perhaps you could move to Cuba or North Korea! This website is beginning to be one of the funniest places to visit thanks to you people who have zero common sense and/or no conception of the obvious! Thanks for the laughs!


Karl

Highlands Ranch,
Colorado,
United States
John,

#5Consumer Comment

Wed, May 04, 2022

There are some things that the Harvard Business Professor told his class of executives in late 2004 that are posted in the comments section at Ripoff Report #269041 that you might be interested in reading. (They appear in the comment entitled “Blame it on a Lawyer”.) Just type in 269041 and click on that Ripoff Report.

One of the other things that the good Professor said isn’t posted at this site. It was posted in the comments section at a BusinessWeek article in early 2008. Since Bloomberg purchased BusinessWeek in 2009 for $5 Million and deleted all of the comments at the BusinessWeek Articles, the quote from the good Professor is gone.

However, the ‘one word’ that the Harvard Business Professor stressed to his class of executives in late 2004 about what controls our lives here in America is available at this site. Simply type in 502469 and scroll down to Consumer Comment #20 at Ripoff Report #502469 in order to read that word. (It appears in the headline of that consumer comment.)

Good luck to you!

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