Dear All, Please note that this person is NOT a consumer but a paid troll who has posted over 100 similar posts on a number of websites all over the internet within the last 4 weeks. Truly sad that the "organic competition resorts to such dishonest measures instead of focusing their efforts on making a better product at better value. Don't waste your time and energy trying to find reason in their argument. There is no reason beyond an effort to discredit our good reputation, BERKELEY ERGO
Berkeley is represented as the "Anonymous" party. They regularly call me a 'troll', whatever that means.
Would you like to deal with
people like this?
IF you were interested in any other mattress manufacturer that uses Polypropylene you would have researched and listed them too! You have unsuccessfully written your rhetoric on this and several other sites with your unsubstantiated accusations (lackluster opinions). Small claims court is an alternative for $3000 you claim to have paid, and would be an obvious solution but I don't beleive you ever bought a BE mattress. More likely you are doing this smear for profit for their competition since it is the same commentary from the last 4 years and appears to just be copied and pasted.
Lovely people they are not.
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I have no confidence Berkeley Ergonomics will ever mandate their dealers to include the
synthetic Polypropylene component when the other components are being listed,
hence the need for this web site.
Plus there's the matter of the false claims...
Berkeley Ergonomics also claims they;
"strive to operate a business successfully with no compromises on truth, ethics, integrity & fairness".
Denial is seldom a winning defense.
Where's the synthetic Polypropylene on Berkeley Ergonomics web site? Click here to find out.
Also, in a mattress forum where people are cordial and sharing their experience with Berkeley Ergonomics mattresses, that another consumer originated, Berkeley Ergonomics chooses to attack me.
Don't I have a right to my own opinion? What about my 1st Amendment right?
Below are the two posts by Berkeley Ergonomics and the link to read the whole thread.
Note how Berkeley Ergonomics totally avoids the issue of the non-disclosure
of the synthetic Polypropylene that I raise.
It appears no one at Berkeley Ergo is capable of conflict resolution.
This is the formula for Polypropylene
1. Why don't Berkeley Ergonomic dealers include the synthetic Polypropylene component when they are
listing the other components?
2. Why doesn't Berkeley Ergonomics mandate their dealers to include the Polypropylene when they are listing the other components, so consumers can have ALL the information?
3. Why doesn't Berkeley Ergonomics mandate their dealers to stop all false claims?