Free Yourself From Consumer Complaints -

Do not be taken by empty promises - See below.


HTP Comfort Solutions LLC, 272 Duchaine BlvdNew Bedford, MA 02745

Do Not Do Business With This Company

I purchased two HTP Ultra-Thin Hydronic Fan Coil Cabinet units to upgrade my current Slant-Fin radiators in November 2019. These units Submittal Sheets declared these units had thermostat interface into their motherboard. My units did not. I could not control these units through the normal zone control thermostats in the room they were installed. The circuit diagrams pased on the units also confirmed they did not have have a thermostat wire harness circuit or interface.

I called HTP Tech Representative Manager and found that he and his Tech had quit. After some more calling to the company directly I was given the new HTP Tech Representative Manaager and emailed him. He could not confirm this problem and dropped it on his Tech without giving the Tech any background. This was down at the end of his work day like he had a higher priority to go home than to deal with this problem.

The HTP Tech could not help with this problem either via emailing. The discussion became a circular argument and I had to close off the discussison.

My heating company installed the two HTP fan coil cabinets and set them up to run indepenantly of the room thermostat. That is each unit has its own temperature control which has to be set up to the temperature you want that area at, e.g. 70F and the fan is set at Auto. When I turn on the main room zone thermostat and the boiler comes on the two HTP fan coils heat up and their fans come on and off as their own thermostats see the area temperature.

I then contacted HTP Comfort Soluitons LLC via their web site form email and explaned the problem again and asked this message to be forwarded to their engineering people. I have received no reply in over a month or so.

I am an electrical engineer, BSEE from Montana State University with a Masters in Industrial Engineering and Business. The documentation sent with these units is generic with no company designation. It is not well written. We had to go online to find additional more technical documentation but found it was out of date, i.e. not covering the two HTP fan coils were sent.

After this ordeal, I have a suspicion that these units are not made in America. It appears they are being misrepresented as being manufactured by HTP Comfort Solutions LLC of 272 Duchaine Blvd, New Bedford, MA 02745. They have no configuation control of what they are selling and therefore cannot help with basic installation problems. This problem is much worse as I received units that do not operate as I ordered.

We are at the beginning of our winter months in Montana and I could not send these two fan coil cabinet heaters back and wait for months for the correct ones because the manufacture cannot even answer these basic questions. I think the big problem here is this is an imported product HTP Comfort Soluitons LLC pretends to manufacture while having no idea of the exact design.


FirstLeaf online wine

By signing up for the "free" 3 bottles of wine for $3 bucks, with "no obligation" and giving them all your ID and credit card online, the final screen locks you in to the next purchase of I believe 6 bottles for some $68 plus shipping.

You cannot back out of the screen and the $3.00 is instantly processed out of your card. Their so called customer service is terrible. While they appear to try to answer my complaint, they do not deny what they are doing.

I called my bank and had them put the $3.00 in Dispute which amounts to the bank sending FirstLeaf a letter within 30 days and blocking the charge. I also cancelled my card.

I also immediately cancelled my membership to FirstLeaf. But that did not stop them from sending me their $3.00 wine.

The bank said to refuse shipment from the carrier and get a refusal confirmation.

Stay away from FirstLeaf!


Priya Lefrancois of Glacier Forge of Eureka, Montana-

Do not do business with this man!

He calls himself a "Designer & Engineer" and is neither. He defaulted on a contract with Jack Venrick (FreedomForAllSeasons author) to make and install wrought iron railings December 2014. See picture of Priya Lefrancois and his vehicle below. He also owes his employees of Glacier Forge a couple months of back wages as of February 2015 and has defaulted on unfinished work from more than just myself and has defaulted on loan(s) from a local bank in Eureka, Montana. When I last visited his business north of Eureka, Montana to collect the unfinished rails in February 2015, I had a long talk with his ex business partner who is a relative. I was told the bank was going to repossess his welding equipment. Plus I had to spend an additional $1200 to have the unfinished welding done, some shody welding redone plus have all of the railings sand blasted and powder coated because they were a rusted mess. He left Eureka, Montana in February 2015 and is now reported to be in the greater Seattle area fishing for more business on LinkedIn as "CEO at ODST". He will tell you anything to get your money and then not deliver the product at the quality, quanity, cost and schedule he promised. You can also find him on Facebook.

Priya Lafrancois
Priya Lafrancois Truck & Plates


2. Do not buy products online from -They have a terrible return policy. Only shop online at sites who have friendly return policies, i.e. read their return policy carefully and quiz them BEFORE your buy.

3. Do not buy products from Perimeter Technologies - their products are not as described and they do not honor returns of the product. Also the wireless dog fence is high maintenance including very frequent battery changes like
every 12 hours or more depending how active your dogs are. The power of the electromagnetic field of the home transceiver and collar transceivers is very weak and the reception is spotty even on flat land. The shock stimulus is also too weak and too short and large dogs run right through the boundary without hesitation. I believe the
dam animal rights activist are either running the company or have influenced it to near neutralize the effectiveness of the system.
4. Do not do business with - They are preditory and once you sign up
they will make it extremely difficult for you to deactivate your membership. They will
continue to auto bill you after the expiration without asking if you want to continue. they have made themselves difficult to contact, e.g. no phone numbers, no fax and no email. site has lots of personal testimonial from other Classmate subscribers regarding these preditory auto billing and bait and switch tactics. A plaintif won their $9.5 million suit against Classmate , most of it going to the lawyers of course.
There are many other complaints like this on the web.

5. Always use Pay Pal when ordering online as an extra level of return protection. The Bankster Credit Card divisions are colluding with the merchants especially the larger ones. Credit Card divisions are much less friendly and cooperative than before their growing bankruptcies and book cooking have been exposed.

Yes I have a very high credit rating.

6. Do not do business with Calaway Construction Inc. Bigfork, Montana without contacting me first via my email below. I have a long list of issues, i.e. 37 Cons and 8 Pros.

Compiled by Jackranch

The Ranch at Freedom For All Seasons BARJRV

jacksranch at freedomforallseasons dot org