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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

UPDATE: Prince 21 Nights Opus

This comment was received here:

"Anonymous said...
Having made a section 75 claim on my credit card against Kraken for the Prince Opus i hadn't received but paid for 2 years ago - I got it today!!! But no ipod, no edition number, no covering letter and not in the condition I would have expected. Anyone else had one?!!"

August 9, 2011 1:18 PM
I will be emailing Prince fans who are waiting for the Prince Opus to confirm if just one was sent or has "you-know-who" finally gotten off his duff (or finally made enough $$ from the Ferrari Opi to) print the Prince Opi.

In the meantime, if you ordered the Prince Opus and have received it, please leave a message below. I would also LOVE to post pictures of the book that took over 2 years to make- and that cost $2,100.

Of course, like MJ Opus customers, Prince Opus customers also did NOT receive the music/video content as described in world-wide advertisements. WHAT A SHOCK!

What makes this more frustrating is the lack of response and action by the Federal Trade Commission after hundreds of complaints were filed. This was the advice I was given by several representatives AND managers during my continued followup with the FTC re: my complaint (and also on behalf of the 20,000 MJ Opus customers worldwide): The FTC will review complaints based on a NATIONWIDE PATTERN of complaints. This means we need to have people from every US state to file a complaint. It would be better if we have multiple people from every state. This does NOT mean that the complaints that were filed from customers/fans from either inside or outside the states were ignored, but it was STRONGLY emphasized to get an investigation started, it needed to have a MULTIPLE NATIONWIDE (USA) PATTERN. This was also confirmed by several State Attorney Generals that I spoke with.

If you are in the USA, and did file a complaint, PLEASE renew your complaint with the FTC. If you are in the USA, and did NOT file a complaint, please contact the FTC and file a complaint TODAY. Here is some information we used in previous complaints dating back to December 2009.

December 19, 2009 File a ComplaintJuly 6, 2010 EConsumer.govJune 18,2010 Did you order the Prince Opus?Much L.O.V.E.
Cali

PS.  This is post #666.  How appropriate! LMAO

7 comments:

  1. *shocked* LOL What about complaints made outside of USA? Do they just not count?

    PattiAnn
    (Sorry Cali, posting as anon cause blogger says I no longer have access to view/sign in to your blog)

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  2. I think they doesnt count.....anyway.....what can we do ....more than turn down the page and move on ....
    Happens the same as you Patti...I have to comment as anonymous....

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  3. The previous anon was me...VELVET....

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  4. you know what is more upsating than receive Prince 21 nights after 2 years... that they could buy they same contents of the book, in a smaller and less heavier version, for 100 or 200 dollars...
    I think we should listen to "You know who" anthem... "F*** You!", by Lilly Allen...

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  5. just testing to see if it works and I can sign in....

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  6. You could Patti !!! YAY!!!....I will try tomorrow :/....
    Velvet....

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  7. I'm a buyer and I HAVE NOT received mine - I just started the filing process AGAIN as the current phone number listed on Kraken does not work. I am so angry that KOPUS has the nerve to send me emails about the new Derek Jeter Opus - ARE YOU effing real?

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