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Garden
Garden related products purchased via infomercials have one of the highest satisfaction levels. This is because people who garden are already passionate about gardening and most of the infomercials thus far genuinely add to this enjoyment by adding another aspect to an already enjoyable hobby. While the products are decent on-the-whole, we still recommend you check consumer reviews before ordering.

Billing Issues
Some of the larger products have various payment plans (three easy payments of $33). However, the infomercial will brag and say “it’s not $80, not $50, but three easy payments of $33.” If you do the math, you end up paying more than all the prices mentioned — especially if you add in shipping.

Bonus Items
As you complete your order, the operator or website may ask if you would like more items. Keep in mind you may be charged an extra shipping fee for each item you order — accept enough ‘bonus’ items and your total shipping changes may be more than the first product itself.

Risk Free Garden Tools
Often many of the tools offer a money back guarantee. You should verify the real policy. There may be conditions you are unaware of. These include time limitations and restocking fees. Always read the fine print or get in writing that their return policy is unconditional.

Bottom Line
Since garden products are generally marketed to a group of people who are already knowledgeable and passionate, there tends to be less scams. However, you should verify all claims. Doing so will make your purchase more enjoyable and exciting when you receive the product.


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