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Has anyone from AARP ever done a background check on any of the vendors who they accept "royalties" from for being "preferred" vendors on Glasses.com?  I suggest they go to Site Jabber or any of the other review sites to see just how horrible this company is.  A bunch of shysters.

 

Any AARP member would be well-advised NOT to go to Glasses.com and to really research any of the vendors associated with AARP BEFORE shelling out your money.  Companies listed under Member Benefits are there because they pay royalties to AARP, not because they are good companies.  That is not to say all of the companies are fraudlent, but members need to understand that an AARP endorsement means only that the company has paid AARP for that endorsement, not that the company is above-board.

 

For those who want to see the reviews of Glasses.com at Site Jabber, here's a link:

https://www.sitejabber.com/reviews/glassesusa.com

 

Buyer beware!

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