Autistic disabled son persuaded while we were in Boots

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“Autistic disabled son persuaded while we were in Boots”

Written on: 14/11/2019 by RPANDA (1 review written)

While we were just yards away in Boots our Autistic Disabled son was being spoken to by IPG St seller
I am writing on behalf of my son, Cxxxxx who is autistic and disabled. On the 21.8.19 he was pressured to sign up for paintball sessions in the town centre by Dxxx We were with Cxxxxx in the town centre but popped into Boots just yards away at the time which is just opposite. The rep would have seen that my son had obvious disabilities and that he would be physically and mentally unable to have anything to do with paintballing, but this street seller signed him up all the same???
UPDATE 14/11/19 Emailed twice,phoned dozen times no response! Now in the hands of our bank to try and get his money back! DO NOT TRUST THIS ORGANISATION THEY WILL KEEP TAKING MONEY FROM YOUR ACCOUNT! You've been warned!
Cxxxxx felt very ashamed and embarrassed about this and has kept it to himself. He has only just told us about this seller, or we would have contacted you sooner. He has no means of travel and cannot travel on his own. The closest is Kegworth, which is over 2 hours away. We believe that the paintball sessions have been mis-sold and a vulnerable disabled autistic person has been taken advantage of.

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