Update by user Apr 13, 2012
After one month my complaint got zero responses from PissedConsumer readers. I did, however, pass it along to Consumer Reports hoping that their audience would be more interested.
Original review posted by user Mar 13, 2012
I decided to check them out before buying the product, and what a surprise. This outfit seems to have posted a hundred or more web sites that come up when I searched for No No fraud, No No dangerous product, No No rip off, or any other negative search I tried for No No products.
Their attempt to circumvent finding legitimate anti-No No sites was certainly well planned. Their sites did, in fact, use the terms fraud, dangerous, etc., but then put a PR spin on them which diminished or even negated these phony, scripted complaints.
All the while, of course, making it difficult to find real product concerns.
There was a breath of fresh air I found on the Amazon.com site and that was a long list of user ratings, most of which were negative. Because of these factors,1) the company's attempt to hide legitimate customer complaints, and 2) a deluge of pissed-off Amazon customers I decided not to buy this potentially dangerous item and to post this info for others to read.