• Carol
    December 28, 2016
    Ottawa, Canada
    Just received a text message that there is a package on hold - written in very poor, broken English, asking me to call 613-225-4770. Glad I googled the number before calling back.
  • Barb
    June 7, 2015
    Cornwall, Canada
    Cards are being left in mailboxes announcing "Free! An exclusive offer for home owners!" TIDE - 64 LOADS! HURRY WHILE SUPPLIES LAST! .....on the bottom of these cards is this:
    "Call Mon - Fri 10 am - 9 pm Sat 10am - 6pm To Claim Yours Call Now! 613-225-4770 or 1-877-214-1442 NO PURCHASE REQUIRED! ****Participation Rules*** No purchase required. For advertising purposes ONLY! Must be over 21, married or head of household. Subject to company rules and policies. Callers will be asked to simply view a new product and complete a short questionnaire to receive the supply of Tide. Sponsored by Breathe E-Z Homes Consumer Product Dept, Ottawa, ON K2E 6T9. Previous promotion recipients not eligible. Trademarks, logos & pictures are property of Tide & Proctor & Gamble Company and are used herein strictly for brand/product Recognition. Promotions sponsors are not affiliated with Proctor & Gamble Company. While supplies last. For Homeowners Only. Offers expires in 72 hours."
    >>>Now why would you have to be married or head of household? And if you check that 877 number you'll see it comes up for telemarketers. This is just a way of getting your attention to do something that will give your personal contact info. A door will open up, flooding you with b.s. I guarantee it!
  • bigdick
    February 23, 2015
    Kanata, Canada
    piss and sh*t
  • Tiny
    March 23, 2017
    Toronto, Canada
    I bought machines off them I also work for them and both shammi and love deep are nothing but con artist have nothing to do with this company if you need a vacuum go and buy one at the store they're overpriced machines they do work well but very overpriced and these guys are the ones making the money they pay their employee sh*t
  • Henry
    March 3, 2017
    Stittsville, Canada
    These a**holes called my wife's cell phone and said we have an appointment with them tomorrow at 4pm and if we weren't home we'd still be charged. Never heard of Breathe EZ in my life but these scammers Lovedeep Chahal & Shammi Singh should be hung up by their balls in the town square. How the f*ck they got my wife's cell phone I'd like to know. Lowest of the low slime bags.
  • Anon
    January 9, 2017
    Ottawa, Canada
    Just got text from a 613-209-4818 saying a pkg has shown up for my exact address (literally, my address is typed in) and to call 613-225-4770.
    I'm awaiting a pkg so thank god I googled the # first.
  • Robi
    December 14, 2016
    Ottawa, Canada
    They just sent me a message saying it's an URGENT NOTICE for a package they have on hold me.

    Glad I googled before calling.
  • Jeff
    December 14, 2016
    Nepean, Canada
    I received a text on my cell telling me an important package was being held for me. SInce I'm expecting a package from the U.S. this week, I called the number provided, 613-225-4770. It rang and rang and someone finally picked up with a simple "Hello": no company ID. This guy transferred me to a woman who identified the company as Breathe EZ only when I insisted. She told me I had helped them in a survey (I had not) and they had a package for me. I told her this was a scam and that she and her buddy should be ashamed of themselves.
  • J.A. - Ottawa Ont.
    May 3, 2016
    Ottawa, Canada
    Came to the door with a "survey" to complete. My husband declined, then we received a call the next day with offers of three gifts to choose from, a trip, food chopper etc. We said no thanks again. Today we see their "Free" Tide 64 Load sample coupon on all the doors on our street. There will be strings attached - read the small print. Beware.
    May 2, 2016

Sample complaints we have found for 613-225-4770

  • Altavista
    They call you; you do a survey; then they call and say you won a prize.

    The guy on the first call said he worked for a different company, not Breathe Easy.  He asked for my first name only saying that he needed to prove to his supervisor that his survey wasn't faked.  I gave a fake name because I didn't trust them -- I am extremely experienced with proper surveying science and market research, and this survey did not sound like it was a proper survey.

    One or two days later, a young woman named "Ellie" said I won a prize -- some kitchen gadget chopper or a two day free vacation in places across Canada or the US.

    She wanted my address at which point I said that I had an appointment (to get her off the phone) and would call her back.  She gave the phone number 613-225-4770 and said I could call back as late as 9 p.m.

    I am not calling back (and if she calls back, I will simply decline and ask my name be removed from their list).
  • Dave
    Did they ever show up ?Did you get the prize!  They are suppose to come to my place on thursday and from reading everyones comments here no one actually wen threw with it, and given that I gave them the address of my brand new place (that is not even fully finished yet) they are going to come to a cement floor and half finished walls, but i figured i would grab the prize and let them talk all they want while i work on the dry wall.
  • JS
    Caller ID is Breathe EZ HomePhone rings but no one talks.  I have blocked their number
  • SSmith
    I had several calls from an unavailable number to which I eventually responded to (picked up one day I was expected an overseas call from a relative).  This was a survey asking various questions about age of house, allergies etc. and asked if they could call back in case I won a prize.  Then I started receiving calls from 613-225-4770 which I have not answered but which call display identifies as Breathe-E-Z Homes.  I am on the national "Do Not Call" list.A search on this name reveals a CRTC ruling in 2010 against this company for pursuing the tactic of a survey/prize as a prelude to a telemarketing call even to "Do Not Call" listed numbers - exactly what appears to be happening now:http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2010/2010-572.htmThe survey was conducted by a Philippines-based company SPT Business Processing Outsourcing services.  The CRTC ruling addressed the fact that even if someone on the DNC list agreed to being called by this company for a survey and to accept a prize, the resultant telemarketing call from Breathe E-Z Homes violated the "Do Not Call"-related section of the Telecommunications Act.A name search also reveals activity in the Calgary area on number 403-770-0522 for which the "Who Calls Me" listing is very telling:  the "prize" comes personally delivered to your house with a salesperson promoting $3000 vacuum cleaners - there are 8 pages of comments there.The CRTC only successfully proved two violations in 2010 and fined the company $1000 for each one - so given the cost of the products they are selling, the fine is probably just an acceptable business expense.
  • amy
    they called me a week ago and i gave them a fake name today apperently i won the same prize as everyone. i know i shouldnt have givenmy adress but they called at 6am i was half asleep :P they are coming in two days and said that i get my prize and dont have to buy anything.... gona grab my prize and close my door >:)
  • betty provencal
    hi i hope you ge this message before you come to my place today some thing has come up and we have to go out off town so you can pass my gift to some one else thank you have a nice day

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