New Riddex Review (Video) from ScamOrNotReviews Now Online

February 18, 2014

The consumer advocacy group ScamOrNotReviews has posted a review of the product known as Riddex. After analysis and testing, the Riddex review indicates that the claims made by the manufacturer are accurate, and the product will work as intended.

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — ScamOrNotReviews, a consumer advocacy group, recently reviewed a product known as Riddex. In a video advertisement, the manufacturers of this product made a number of claims with regard to the product’s effectiveness in removing pests, such as rodents and cockroaches, from any living space. According to the video, the product is able to function through the use of a digital pulse sent through the wiring of the living space. ScamOrNotReviews examined these claims in their Riddex review, which is now posted online, and found the claims to be accurate.

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The main function of the product, known as Riddex Pulse, is the eradication of rodents and roaches from a home. The reviewers at ScamOrNotReviews tested the product in a large number of homes that had reported issues with pests. Those homes reported a significant reduction in the presence of pests after using the Riddex Pulse.

The company also claimed that a single Riddex Pulse is sufficient for use on one floor of a traditional house, apartment or condominium. ScamOrNotReviews tested numerous spaces of varying sizes using just one Riddex Pulse, finding that the product worked even in spaces that may be deemed slightly larger than “traditional.”

According to the Riddex review, ScamOrNotReviews also tested whether any additional chemicals would be needed to effectively remove any pests. The review company found the Riddex product was effective enough that any additional chemical treatments were completely unnecessary.

Riddex also claims in their advertisement that the product functions 24 hours per day and is never in need of a refill. While time constraints limited the review company’s ability to test the “never” aspect of the latter claim, ScamOrNotReviews did find that the product functioned at full capacity for 24 hours per day. The company also theorized through testing that the refill claim is likely accurate.

As part of their review, ScamOrNotReviews deemed that consumers who are interested in buying this product should feel safe in doing so.

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