MySolarBackup Scam

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“You fell for the MySolarBackup scam?” was what I heard when I told my neighbor I had power the Saturday morning after hurricane Ike had blown through. I had gone next door to check on my neighbor to make sure they were OK. They had no power at their house. I asked if I could help and mentioned I had my portable solar generator setup so we had power.

I don’t know if he was still in shock from hurricane Ike or just jealous. I brushed off the comment and went to work helping where I could.

I have been nothing but satisfied with the service I got from MySolarBackup.com and performance of my solar generator. I have no idea why people say there is a scam with MySolarBackup. The only thing I can think why they would say there is a scam is because they figure you can make your own portable solar generator and not have to buy it from MySolarBackup.com. Actually that is true. You can build your own solar generator.

You can also build your own house, car, do your own dental work and perform surgery on yourself. There are somethings I would just rather leave to people who know what they are doing. I am a DIY type of guy but messing around with expensive solar cells, electrical wiring and electricity is not my idea of a great DIY project.

I would rather buy a completed, ready to use, professionally built portable solar generator from MySolarBackup.com then get scammed like I saw so many people get scammed after hurricane Ike who bought used generators off of the back of trucks for more money then new ones sold for the week before.

These generator scammers of course only took cash, had no guarantee that the generators even worked and were gone as soon as they sold them. On the other hand I didn’t have to wait in line for hours and hope to get some rebuilt Chinese generator with no guarantee.

My portable solar generator came with a complete 100% satisfaction, money back guarantee and awesome toll-free technical support. I guess the saying, “You get what you pay for.” really applies here.

All I can say is my wife and I had total peace of mind knowing we had electrical power ready to use with our portable solar generator before Ike hit. Don’t wait. Don’t get scammed. Do it now.

My recommendation is don’t wait until it is too late and you find yourself in an emergency situation where you need power for your family and you get scammed like so many did here. Take a look at the unit. Read all the info on www.MySolarBackup.com and then decide.

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