Vee D.

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9 Reviews by Vee


In the past I was overcharged, when I reached out politely asking for an explanation. The staff were dismissive, and blocked me from the chat. This time I was overcharged by over $90, so I reached out to Paypal to investigate. Cornershop reps tried to pressure me into dropping the claim, but Paypal told me not to.

I eventually I won the dispute, and was refunded by PayPal. Since then, Cornershop has blocked all my accounts from accessing their services; they're claiming that I owe them this money back.


I wrote a negative review about a company that scammed me. Trust Pilot waited over a year later, to email me, informing me that my review was deleted due to lack of proof of my transaction. They requested proof of order ID, I emailed them back with original emails, including receipts, order numbers, conversations etc. They responded to all four of my emails, with an automated message, telling me to contact the help center, if I'd like to get in touch. I contacted the center, then they emailed me claiming they hadn't received any of the my emails. Then they gave me a three day deadline to provide screenshots. Why would you deleted my review prior to getting proof? Why would you wait an entire year, when most people don't keep records that long? Why give me a deadline, and make it so difficult to send proof. It doesn't seem like they want my review up. Very dishonest.

Tip for consumers:
I wouldn't trust them, if they're capable of picking and choosing reviews.


For client claims, the outcome depends on the representative overseeing the case. Some of them decide, that you're not going to win, right off the bat and even try to discourage you in seeking a refund. Others listen, and things go in your favor. I'm currently loosing, a case that should be straight forward because the lazy rep doesn't care. I would still recommend but sometimes it's a frustrating disappointment.


I was unable to access my money, so I applied for an emergency loan a few weeks ago. I never heard back from Loans Canada but also decided not to get a loan. Recently, they started to call me leaving voicemails about debt consolidation programs. I never asked for this and I don't have any debts. I ignored but calls wouldn't stop, I then blocked them but they can still leave voicemails. Now they hang up after the answering machine picks up and they do this daily.


They trick you into making an account, once made the account seems impossible to delete. I contacted them about having it deleted, considering private information like your sin number is on there. They replied after a few days but wouldn't actually tell me how. I think I figured it out (Tap menu, account, use toggle to opt out of MogoProtect) but I'm not completely sure if it worked. I regret getting involved and sharing my information with this weird company. Even the deletion questions were misleading and manipulative, insinuating that closing the account would put me at risk for fraud, disgusting strategy.

Tip for consumers:
Don't use this company


They don't have customer service, you have to go online and make an contact to speak with volunteers who waste your time and never actually help. They drag the back and forth messages with endless verification questions. One of them even ridiculed me and didn't bother to proceed addressing my inquiry. I regret switching to this company. This is my last month with them, I highly encourage people to do your research and reconsider.


The first few surveys got me points, then I noticed I would complete surveys and get no points and some would end with this survey isn't the right match etc. but I actually spent hours doing these. You can tell they won't let you redeem your points and in my case I did very length surveys and got no points. Hopefully you read the reviews before wasting your time.

Hanna C. – branded surveys Rep

Hi Vee,
We're sorry to hear about your experience. Remember, if you do have an issue within a survey you can report is using the Report Issue feature located on your My Points page.


It took almost a month to get here and tracking information wasn't updating. The back part of the lid on the shaker doesn't close all the way, so a lot of force is required to prevent making a mess. The caramel moca flavor, isn't good. It has a strong aftertaste, I'm assuming it's from the artificial sweetener. Halfway into using the powder, I found the scooper (at that point I had assumed it didn't come with one) I dug it out with a clean measurement spoon and there were hair like fibers attached to the scooper. I can't say for sure that its hair but I'm disgusted. Not worth it for me.

Tip for consumers:
Purchase sample sizes instead of getting a huge thing or just shop at your local protein shop, where you can ask employees what they like.


I think the pizza place was upset that I gave them a low review. So the next time I ordered, they sent me a plate full of red public hairs. I reported it to skip the dish but instead of refunding me and contacting the restaurant, they blocked from ever using their app and sent me a sarcastic message about having high standards and ending our incompatible relationship.

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