My review of

November 18, 2013 – 2:20 pm by John

Tim Cushing of wrote about the now-infamous case of the Utah couple who were fined $3500 for writing a negative review of They refused to pay, which prompted KlearGear to follow through on its threat to send their debt to a collections agency, thereby ruining that couple's credit rating. Read his short article; the details of the depth of KlearGear's depravity are hard to believe, but they serve a salutary reminder that not all malicious, psychopathically predatory monsters find their way into government service. Also read Ken White's post about it at

The purpose of this post is merely to help spread the word about KlearGear's immorality and criminality, in the hope that others will do the same, resulting in the existence of so many web pages about their pure evilness that these pages will overwhelm the positive or neutral search results for, so that anyone who ever seeks to learn anything about KlearGear will discover what depraved, predatory psychopaths ran that place (and provided it legal services). Basically, I aim to help amplify the Streisand effect as much as possible.

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  1. 15 Responses to “My review of”


    Very Nice work. We shall nail these basterds.

    By Stoxxman on Nov 18, 2013

  3. Grrrrrr. Today these horrid MFers are telling the world they sell "fun".

    By Stoxxman on Nov 19, 2013

  4. Latest is a piece on the RipOff Report. We have an ongoing fraud here citizens.

    By Stoxxman on Nov 20, 2013

  5. Hey -

    as the husband and the person that got nailed with this charge ... I appreciate the effort and time you put into this. I'm going to pass this info on to our legal team (yes, TEAM) that's going after these people. :)

    By John Palmer on Nov 20, 2013

  6. Ack - I see I'm way late in posting the above (also just stumbled across this story). Glad to see the folks here and on other sites are doing some good detective work to nail this conman, whoever he is!

    By David Markland on Nov 26, 2013

  7. Excellent work

    By james t on Nov 28, 2013

  8. Thank you as well, and John I'm sorry to hear about how awful these people have been.

    We recently discovered that "KlearGear" stole a bunch of product photos from our web site and are attempting to pass off what they're "selling" as our product (even infringing on our TM's)

    I've tried calling all those phone numbers (thank you BlagNet) and unfortunately just keep running into dead ends.

    By Michael on Nov 29, 2013

  9. @Chris:

    Exactly. There is NO WAY the only criminal activity these predators are involved in is fraud and misuse of credit reporting agencies. They seem like the Prenda of online retailers. Every state attorney general who has aspirations of higher political office—in other words, every state attorney general—who might possibly have jurisdiction over KlearGear is going to look long and deep into their business and financial records to find every piece of dirt and every shady practice they can. I predict they will find a lot.

    By John on Nov 29, 2013

  10. I think it's going to work out Karma wise. They are going to lose business from this. They are going to lose endorsements from this and they now have a lawsuit to defend. Now for the rest of time, anytime someone wants to google kleargear to check them out, ALL they will see is this stuff about their rip-off attempt! :) Major Fail by Kleargear!

    By Eric on Nov 30, 2013

  11. They probably are Muslim cockroaches!

    By MonkeyBoy on Dec 1, 2013

  12. Here is my speculation for what it's worth. I think you are correct .. This is some kind of front for an illegal operation. My guess is drugs. If I were going to ship drugs into the US. I would setup a online merchant selling cheap crap that comes in all different sizes and weights. I would hire four or five morons to run the legit business and who would know nothing about the illegal shipping. Of course that is weakness to the plan .. you need real stupid people to run the legit business - so they don't ask too many questions. My guess is one of the idiots on the legit side was a bit too vindictive and spiteful for his own good and blew the operation's cover. And now all you are going to find are ghosts and the morons .. of course this is all just speculation .. but great detective work

    By Kmuzu on Dec 2, 2013

  13. I wonder how this made it to the credit reporting agencies? Can anyone just make a negative credit claim.. even unreal or fake people?

    By makery on Dec 19, 2013

  14. @makery,

    Apparently so. That's what a lot of people at Techdirt and Popehat wondered. The credit reporting agencies are partly culpable in the Palmers' mess too, as is Ripoff Report for running what appears to be a scam of some sorts: demand hundreds or thousands of dollars from customers who have posted reviews there when they want to take their review down later.

    By John on Dec 20, 2013

  15. Howdy Do John.

    Its a REAL shame what happened to you and yours and DAMN it is, anybody with a mediocre sense of right versus wrong ought to be pissed off ultra large on your behalf. These scumbags are amazing large basterds that need to get slapped stupid ... pronto.

    By Ace on Dec 21, 2013

  16. Hey Ace -

    if you're one of the people updating/posting to the site, I would like to thank you for what you've posted up there, along with the information that you and other have dug up.

    By John Palmer on Feb 18, 2014

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