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Natures Prime Organic Foods in Paso Robles, California - Natures Prime Organic Crooks

This article in the Star Tribune tells you all you need to know about Ron and Dawn Wolfbauer who own and run Natures Prime Organic Foods. Do not buy from them. Every review you read from past employees, to vendors who deal with the to the people who have purchased are true. Believe them and do not give them your hard earned money. They will spend it on cars, trips, boats, purses and a very lavish lifestyle all for themselves. They are not the good Christians they claim to be. Do Christians scam a catholic charity? Check out the article. http://www.startribune.com/business/128646483.html?page=all&prepage=1&c=y#continue
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Attention Stock holders and special op investors with Ron Wolfbauer, I have been trying to reach him for the last 2-3 weeks and he has not returned my calls. I would like to know how to get in touch with him.

Do any of you know anything? Please advise.

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Natures Prime Organic Foods in Little Rock, Arkansas - Nature's Prime Organic Foods - Fraud

Placed an order on March 28. Finally received a partial shipment in June. The food was not very good and actually the chicken thighs I received were inedible. My husband and I took one *** and spit it back out. The steaks I had ordered were backordered, supposedly. After numerous emails and phone calls, still no steaks. I've complained to BBB. If you look at their facebook page, they get complaints every day about people not receiving their products. You have to look quick, though, because NPO will go through and delete all the bad comments. Do not buy from this company!!
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Article by: DAN BROWNING , Star Tribune

Updated: August 29, 2011 - 10:04 PM

An organic food company run by an ex-*** is causing financial indigestion for the sponsor of the Basilica Block Party, the Minnesota Wild and others.

Nature's Prime Organic Foods, based in Victoria, wrote nearly $40,000 in bad checks to pay its sponsorship fees for the main stage area, the Cities97 VIP tent -- which it also catered -- and several food booths at the two-day event in July.

"Part of the fee that he owes us, of course, we pass through to the Basilica of St. Mary," said Brian Maginnis, a senior marketing specialist with Clear Channel Radio Minneapolis, whose Cities97 is the prime sponsor of the block party in downtown Minneapolis. "That's the whole point, the renovation of the basilica."

Maginnis estimated that the basilica could lose somewhere "in the low five figures" if Nature's Prime doesn't pay. A basilica spokeswoman said that despite the "unfortunate situation" involving Nature's Prime, the fundraiser was successful overall.

Across town, the Wild turned over to its collections department more than $60,000 in unpaid sponsorship bills from Nature's Prime. And many others who worked for or did business with the organic catering and mail-order company also have complained about bounced checks and lengthy delivery delays.

They largely blame Ron Wolfbauer, who runs Nature's Prime. His wife, Dawn, started the company while he was in federal prison for defrauding clients of his former coin company out of more than $1.7 million. His paychecks were garnished this year to make payments on those debts.

Some of Nature's Prime's current creditors say they were aware of Wolfbauer's past, but others were not.

Nature's Prime has employed as many as 20 people at its Victoria office and Chaska warehouse, but several quit last month after paychecks bounced, ex-employees said.

Merger looming?

Kensington Energy Corp., a publicly traded, non-operating shell company in Eden Prairie, announced plans in July to merge with Nature's Prime to capitalize on what it described as tremendous growth potential.

Robert Knutson, Kensington's secretary and legal counsel, said Nature Prime's Basilica debt is Wolfbauer's to deal with, and that the amount owed to the Wild is in dispute. "We're not going to take over any of his liabilities," he said.

Wolfbauer said Nature's Prime has had cash-flow problems, but he asserted that its debt to Cities97 and the Basilica Block Party had been resolved. "No, it is not," responded Clear Channel's Maginnis.

Nature's Prime has piled up more than $176,000 in court judgments since January 2010 for unpaid bills. They range from $850 owed to a Watertown videographer to $35,000 for radio advertising, $57,000 for legal services and $78,000 in rent.

Jason's Dry Ice of St. Paul got in line Aug. 2, filing a lawsuit in Hennepin County District Court.

"They owe us $3,200 or something," said Lee Mitchell, the company's general manager.

He said Wolfbauer bounced check after check, then grew combative and evasive. "He needs to go under." Mitchell said.

Wolfbauer burned so many bridges with suppliers and vendors that he found it difficult to get boxes and ice to ship products, said Pascha Derkevics, a former office manager and marketing employee for Nature's Prime. She said the company was "served papers" for failing to pay about $62,000 on a sponsorship agreement with the Wild.

"I felt like I had to hide out when people came to the office looking for money because I felt so horrible, I didn't have an answer for them," Derkevics said.

The Wild declined to comment.

Derkevics and other administrative employees walked out in mid-July, complaining of paychecks that bounced, were late, made out for the wrong amounts or were written against closed accounts.

"Every single payday we'd all worry and wonder if our checks were going to clear," Derkevics said.

The merger is scheduled to close by the end of November. Kensington noted that the food company's online retail sales tripled in the first quarter and could grow more, thanks largely to Groupon and other social marketing sites.

A Web search revealed dissatisfied customers who complained of months-long delays and non-deliveries. The Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota said it received similar complaints.

Monika Carlson of San Diego, Calif., said she used Groupon for a $40 discount on her $103 sampler pack order from Nature's Pride on June 16. The shipping schedule says the delivery should take 12 to 14 days, but she just got the order Thursday, a nearly three-month wait.

Dan Andersen of Wayzata was working with Nature's Prime on an organic food restaurant concept. "I was asked to be CEO of the company," he said. But Andersen said he quit because of concerns about the company's operations. He declined to elaborate.

Jacob Schloner, Nature's Prime's executive chef and manufacturing director, also quit recently, citing its financial issues. "I'm a professional chef," he said. "If I get tied up with a company like this, it ruins my reputation."

Dan Browning • 612-673-4493

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Natures Prime Organic Foods in Minneapolis, Minnesota - Worked at Nature's Prime Organic Foods.

Just warning everyone. I worked here and they treat their employees horrible. On one occasion we all quit on the same day!! The owners Ron and his wife Dawn are very *** and shady people. Our paychecks constantly bounced and I am so happy to be out of the place and never have to deal with them again. I am now just out spreading the word warning. Their customers mean nothing to them and are only out to make money and fast. They say they are a "christian based business" but trust me they are FAR from it. DO BUSINESS WITH THEM AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!!
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Article by: DAN BROWNING , Star Tribune

Updated: August 29, 2011 - 10:04 PM

An organic food company run by an ex-*** is causing financial indigestion for the sponsor of the Basilica Block Party, the Minnesota Wild and others.

Nature's Prime Organic Foods, based in Victoria, wrote nearly $40,000 in bad checks to pay its sponsorship fees for the main stage area, the Cities97 VIP tent -- which it also catered -- and several food booths at the two-day event in July.

"Part of the fee that he owes us, of course, we pass through to the Basilica of St. Mary," said Brian Maginnis, a senior marketing specialist with Clear Channel Radio Minneapolis, whose Cities97 is the prime sponsor of the block party in downtown Minneapolis. "That's the whole point, the renovation of the basilica."

Maginnis estimated that the basilica could lose somewhere "in the low five figures" if Nature's Prime doesn't pay. A basilica spokeswoman said that despite the "unfortunate situation" involving Nature's Prime, the fundraiser was successful overall.

Across town, the Wild turned over to its collections department more than $60,000 in unpaid sponsorship bills from Nature's Prime. And many others who worked for or did business with the organic catering and mail-order company also have complained about bounced checks and lengthy delivery delays.

They largely blame Ron Wolfbauer, who runs Nature's Prime. His wife, Dawn, started the company while he was in federal prison for defrauding clients of his former coin company out of more than $1.7 million. His paychecks were garnished this year to make payments on those debts.

Some of Nature's Prime's current creditors say they were aware of Wolfbauer's past, but others were not.

Nature's Prime has employed as many as 20 people at its Victoria office and Chaska warehouse, but several quit last month after paychecks bounced, ex-employees said.

Merger looming?

Kensington Energy Corp., a publicly traded, non-operating shell company in Eden Prairie, announced plans in July to merge with Nature's Prime to capitalize on what it described as tremendous growth potential.

Robert Knutson, Kensington's secretary and legal counsel, said Nature Prime's Basilica debt is Wolfbauer's to deal with, and that the amount owed to the Wild is in dispute. "We're not going to take over any of his liabilities," he said.

Wolfbauer said Nature's Prime has had cash-flow problems, but he asserted that its debt to Cities97 and the Basilica Block Party had been resolved. "No, it is not," responded Clear Channel's Maginnis.

Nature's Prime has piled up more than $176,000 in court judgments since January 2010 for unpaid bills. They range from $850 owed to a Watertown videographer to $35,000 for radio advertising, $57,000 for legal services and $78,000 in rent.

Jason's Dry Ice of St. Paul got in line Aug. 2, filing a lawsuit in Hennepin County District Court.

"They owe us $3,200 or something," said Lee Mitchell, the company's general manager.

He said Wolfbauer bounced check after check, then grew combative and evasive. "He needs to go under." Mitchell said.

Wolfbauer burned so many bridges with suppliers and vendors that he found it difficult to get boxes and ice to ship products, said Pascha Derkevics, a former office manager and marketing employee for Nature's Prime. She said the company was "served papers" for failing to pay about $62,000 on a sponsorship agreement with the Wild.

"I felt like I had to hide out when people came to the office looking for money because I felt so horrible, I didn't have an answer for them," Derkevics said.

The Wild declined to comment.

Derkevics and other administrative employees walked out in mid-July, complaining of paychecks that bounced, were late, made out for the wrong amounts or were written against closed accounts.

"Every single payday we'd all worry and wonder if our checks were going to clear," Derkevics said.

The merger is scheduled to close by the end of November. Kensington noted that the food company's online retail sales tripled in the first quarter and could grow more, thanks largely to Groupon and other social marketing sites.

A Web search revealed dissatisfied customers who complained of months-long delays and non-deliveries. The Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota said it received similar complaints.

Monika Carlson of San Diego, Calif., said she used Groupon for a $40 discount on her $103 sampler pack order from Nature's Pride on June 16. The shipping schedule says the delivery should take 12 to 14 days, but she just got the order Thursday, a nearly three-month wait.

Dan Andersen of Wayzata was working with Nature's Prime on an organic food restaurant concept. "I was asked to be CEO of the company," he said. But Andersen said he quit because of concerns about the company's operations. He declined to elaborate.

Jacob Schloner, Nature's Prime's executive chef and manufacturing director, also quit recently, citing its financial issues. "I'm a professional chef," he said. "If I get tied up with a company like this, it ruins my reputation."

Dan Browning • 612-673-4493

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Say 'No' to Natures Prime Organic Foods

Natures prime organic foods is a complete scam. They charge your credit card the minute you give them the information yet fail to ever delivery your food. They do not provide you with shipping information or a means to track your order. If you are lucky enough to have them answer the phone after you have attempted to call them for days on end they will feed you a bunch of lies. Tell Groupon and Living Social not to do business with *** artists such as these. Numerous complaints have been logged with the Minnesota Better Business Bureau and much bad bad press on the internet. I would love to know why Living Social and Groupon doesn't check out companies before dealing with them. DO NOT BUY FROM THEM. And if you already have you must file a complaint to the Minnesota Better Business Bureau, to Groupon and to Living Social.
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#365734

I agree, this company is questionnable and horrible! They charged my credit card for the difference between my Total order and living social coupon but have not delivered anything to me for over 2 months now!

I have not heard anything from them, no communication or anything!

Very poor customer service! Living social should be questioning thheir credibility on behalf of those that bought their coupon!!

Anonymous
#365733

I agree, this company is questionnable and horrible! They charged my credit card for the difference between my Total order and living social coupon but have not delivered anything to me for over 2 months now!

I have not heard anything from them, no communication or anything!

Very poor customer service! Living social should be questioning thheir credibility on behalf of those that bought their coupon!!

Anonymous
#336403

Article by: DAN BROWNING , Star Tribune

Updated: August 29, 2011 - 10:04 PM

An organic food company run by an ex-*** is causing financial indigestion for the sponsor of the Basilica Block Party, the Minnesota Wild and others.

Nature's Prime Organic Foods, based in Victoria, wrote nearly $40,000 in bad checks to pay its sponsorship fees for the main stage area, the Cities97 VIP tent -- which it also catered -- and several food booths at the two-day event in July.

"Part of the fee that he owes us, of course, we pass through to the Basilica of St. Mary," said Brian Maginnis, a senior marketing specialist with Clear Channel Radio Minneapolis, whose Cities97 is the prime sponsor of the block party in downtown Minneapolis. "That's the whole point, the renovation of the basilica."

Maginnis estimated that the basilica could lose somewhere "in the low five figures" if Nature's Prime doesn't pay. A basilica spokeswoman said that despite the "unfortunate situation" involving Nature's Prime, the fundraiser was successful overall.

Across town, the Wild turned over to its collections department more than $60,000 in unpaid sponsorship bills from Nature's Prime. And many others who worked for or did business with the organic catering and mail-order company also have complained about bounced checks and lengthy delivery delays.

They largely blame Ron Wolfbauer, who runs Nature's Prime. His wife, Dawn, started the company while he was in federal prison for defrauding clients of his former coin company out of more than $1.7 million. His paychecks were garnished this year to make payments on those debts.

Some of Nature's Prime's current creditors say they were aware of Wolfbauer's past, but others were not.

Nature's Prime has employed as many as 20 people at its Victoria office and Chaska warehouse, but several quit last month after paychecks bounced, ex-employees said.

Merger looming?

Kensington Energy Corp., a publicly traded, non-operating shell company in Eden Prairie, announced plans in July to merge with Nature's Prime to capitalize on what it described as tremendous growth potential.

Robert Knutson, Kensington's secretary and legal counsel, said Nature Prime's Basilica debt is Wolfbauer's to deal with, and that the amount owed to the Wild is in dispute. "We're not going to take over any of his liabilities," he said.

Wolfbauer said Nature's Prime has had cash-flow problems, but he asserted that its debt to Cities97 and the Basilica Block Party had been resolved. "No, it is not," responded Clear Channel's Maginnis.

Nature's Prime has piled up more than $176,000 in court judgments since January 2010 for unpaid bills. They range from $850 owed to a Watertown videographer to $35,000 for radio advertising, $57,000 for legal services and $78,000 in rent.

Jason's Dry Ice of St. Paul got in line Aug. 2, filing a lawsuit in Hennepin County District Court.

"They owe us $3,200 or something," said Lee Mitchell, the company's general manager.

He said Wolfbauer bounced check after check, then grew combative and evasive. "He needs to go under." Mitchell said.

Wolfbauer burned so many bridges with suppliers and vendors that he found it difficult to get boxes and ice to ship products, said Pascha Derkevics, a former office manager and marketing employee for Nature's Prime. She said the company was "served papers" for failing to pay about $62,000 on a sponsorship agreement with the Wild.

"I felt like I had to hide out when people came to the office looking for money because I felt so horrible, I didn't have an answer for them," Derkevics said.

The Wild declined to comment.

Derkevics and other administrative employees walked out in mid-July, complaining of paychecks that bounced, were late, made out for the wrong amounts or were written against closed accounts.

"Every single payday we'd all worry and wonder if our checks were going to clear," Derkevics said.

The merger is scheduled to close by the end of November. Kensington noted that the food company's online retail sales tripled in the first quarter and could grow more, thanks largely to Groupon and other social marketing sites.

A Web search revealed dissatisfied customers who complained of months-long delays and non-deliveries. The Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota said it received similar complaints.

Monika Carlson of San Diego, Calif., said she used Groupon for a $40 discount on her $103 sampler pack order from Nature's Pride on June 16. The shipping schedule says the delivery should take 12 to 14 days, but she just got the order Thursday, a nearly three-month wait.

Dan Andersen of Wayzata was working with Nature's Prime on an organic food restaurant concept. "I was asked to be CEO of the company," he said. But Andersen said he quit because of concerns about the company's operations. He declined to elaborate.

Jacob Schloner, Nature's Prime's executive chef and manufacturing director, also quit recently, citing its financial issues. "I'm a professional chef," he said. "If I get tied up with a company like this, it ruins my reputation."

Dan Browning • 612-673-4493

Mandi Lou
#330637

Just warning everyone. I worked here and they treat their employees horrible.

On one occasion we all quit on the same day!! The owners Ron and his wife Dawn are very *** and shady people. Our paychecks constantly bounced and I am so happy to be out of the place and never have to deal with them again. I am now just out spreading the word warning.

Their customers mean nothing to them and are only out to make money and fast. They say they are a "christian based business" but trust me they are FAR from it.

DO BUSINESS WITH THEM AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!! :(

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Natures Prime Organic Foods in Jacksonville, Florida - Nature's Prime--NEVER

Ordered my food with Nature's Prime on May 2, 2011. On August 3, 2011, no order, no notice of an order being shipped, and NO information from customer service. Each week, I heard "one more week, one more week". Groupon is now reimbursing customers who ordered a Groupon for Nature's Prime Organic foods. On your groupon, there is a phone number. They will verify the email address and reimburse you 100% for the money you paid for your groupon. NEVER do business with this company! They are horrible! Customer service is simply trained to lie to customers! Thanks for reading!
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Mandi Lou
#330640

Just warning everyone. I worked here and they treat their employees horrible.

On one occasion we all quit on the same day!! The owners Ron and his wife Dawn are very *** and shady people. Our paychecks constantly bounced and I am so happy to be out of the place and never have to deal with them again. I am now just out spreading the word warning.

Their customers mean nothing to them and are only out to make money and fast. They say they are a "christian based business" but trust me they are FAR from it.

DO BUSINESS WITH THEM AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!! :(

Anonymous
#329414

This is by far the worst experience ever. I ordered in June and was told a 12 to 14 day delivery.

By the end of July I had no product and no email as to why. I called Nature's Prime 3 times - no one answered. I emailed - no answer. I had to contact Groupon and then stumbled across these sites filled with complaints.

Nature's Prime finally responded once Groupon intervened to say they found out staff was not doing their job, so they fired people. Total scam lie! They told Groupon their computer system went down and they lost orders. I have filed a complaint against them with the better business bureau.

I have now left more than 6 voicemails and more than 4 emails requesting a cancellation and refunded. As of Aug 16th, I have no response from Nature's Prime.

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Natures Prime Organic Foods in Baltimore, Maryland - Nature's Prime Thieves

My order with Nature's Prime Organic was paid for and placed on March 31, 2011. Nature's Prime Organic will not even answer the phones now on the customer service line. I will notify my credit card company and Groupon of this unethical business. They kept promising and drew on my sympathy by saying they were overwhelmed by the number of orders -just a few more weeks. Do not waste your time and money. I hope they are forced to refund our money and are shut down. I will do my best to see that this fraud- NPO is forced to do the right thing and face legal consequences.
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Mandi Lou
#330641

Just warning everyone. I worked here and they treat their employees horrible.

On one occasion we all quit on the same day!! The owners Ron and his wife Dawn are very *** and shady people. Our paychecks constantly bounced and I am so happy to be out of the place and never have to deal with them again. I am now just out spreading the word warning.

Their customers mean nothing to them and are only out to make money and fast. They say they are a "christian based business" but trust me they are FAR from it.

DO BUSINESS WITH THEM AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!! :(

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DO not buy from Dawn and Ron Wolfbauer of Natures Prime Organic Foods. They are *** artists and scammers and have no intention of providing you with the product you ordered. They take your hard earned money and live a very lavish lifestyle with very expensive cars,...
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Any way to stop their purchase of Bell St. on Madeline Island? We don't need any more crooks screwing the locals.

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Natures Prime Organic Foods in Navarre, Florida - Scammers!!!

Do not order from this company!!!!!!!!!! The owners do not care and are only looking for the money!!!! They charge your credit card before they ship ANYTHING and you wont get your order for months and months, ONLY if you constantly call looking for it!!! They are HUGE scammers that always have excuses why they cant fill the orders!!!!! If you have a groupon or living social DO NOT ORDER!!!!!!! call groupon or living social to get your money back ASAP!!!!!!!!!!!!! Again, do not order from these scamming people, you will be very dissapointed if you do order from them
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Mandi Lou
#330643

Just warning everyone. I worked here and they treat their employees horrible.

On one occasion we all quit on the same day!! The owners Ron and his wife Dawn are very *** and shady people. Our paychecks constantly bounced and I am so happy to be out of the place and never have to deal with them again. I am now just out spreading the word warning.

Their customers mean nothing to them and are only out to make money and fast. They say they are a "christian based business" but trust me they are FAR from it.

DO BUSINESS WITH THEM AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!! :(

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#319586

First of all we have had a relationship with Groupon since Feb 2010 and since that time have delivered to ver 31,000 consumers in the U.S Yes we have experienced some severe growing pains in the last several months after growing 300 percent in the 1st qtr of 2011. We are in the process of bringing in new mgmt team with expertise in handling the growth and eliminating delays in shipping and poor customer service

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Natures Prime Organic Foods in Washington, District Of Columbia - Nature's Prime Organic Foods Groupon scam

I also placed a Groupon order in January 2011. I called them in late march when it had not arrived. I also contacted Groupon Customer Service, who contacted NPO Foods. Groupon said they were told my order would ship that week. I got nothing. In May, I received a partial order. The rest is on backorder. I was told the animals were not ready to be slaughtered so they had no inventory to fulfill my order! Groupon will refund your money if you contact them. Also PLEASE file a complaint with the Better Business Bureau (http://minnesota.bbb.org/consumers). It takes 5 minutes and the BBB will investigate this company. Maybe we can put this company out of business forever.
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#334970

This company still has money I paid over and above the groupon. Some guy named Joshua said he tried to call me.

Baloney...My order was in March.

I did file BBB and please do that. :(

Mandi Lou
#330644

:( Just warning everyone. I worked here and they treat their employees horrible.

On one occasion we all quit on the same day!! The owners Ron and his wife Dawn are very *** and shady people. Our paychecks constantly bounced and I am so happy to be out of the place and never have to deal with them again. I am now just out spreading the word warning.

Their customers mean nothing to them and are only out to make money and fast.

They say they are a "christian based business" but trust me they are FAR from it. DO BUSINESS WITH THEM AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!!

Mandi Lou
#330635

Just warning everyone. I worked here and they treat their employees horrible.

On one occasion we all quit on the same day!! The owners Ron and his wife Dawn are very *** and shady people. Our paychecks constantly bounced and I am so happy to be out of the place and never have to deal with them again. I am now just out spreading the word warning.

Their customers mean nothing to them and are only out to make money and fast. They say they are a "christian based business" but trust me they are FAR from it.

DO BUSINESS WITH THEM AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!! :(

Anonymous
#312575

Good post. The only way to stop unethical businesses is to file complaints with the Better Business Bureau and tell everyone you know on sites such as this and Yelp.

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Natures Prime Organic Foods in Wilmington, Delaware - Still no rib-eyes!

Update by user Jul 14, 2011

A big box was delivered today from NPO Foods. Invoice showed my order of 4 rib-eyes (@$18.00 each) and 1 organic cheddar cheese (@$10.80).

However, my box contained about 20 lbs of dry ice, THREE rib-eyes, 1 \"chicken snacker\" and 3 chicken patties.

I know I should complain directly to them, but after all of this hassle, I\'m just going to throw in the towel.

This company is obviously run by complete & total idiots.

ugh.

Original review posted by user Jul 08, 2011

I placed a Groupon order back on March 28. After a few weeks without delivery, I called and was told that they were backordered, and would be shipped ASAP with a free gift for my patience... It's now July 8 and still no rib-eyes (or anything for that matter). I filed a claim with Groupon about the companies basic theft of my money and unresolved order/shipment issue. I'm not buying the "backordered" line... I see organic, free-range steaks in my local supermarket! Do not order from this company if you'd like your food anytime soon...
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Mandi Lou
#330645

Just warning everyone. I worked here and they treat their employees horrible.

On one occasion we all quit on the same day!! The owners Ron and his wife Dawn are very *** and shady people. Our paychecks constantly bounced and I am so happy to be out of the place and never have to deal with them again. I am now just out spreading the word warning.

Their customers mean nothing to them and are only out to make money and fast. They say they are a "christian based business" but trust me they are FAR from it.

DO BUSINESS WITH THEM AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!! :(

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#247674 Review #247674 is a subjective opinion of poster.