About Ultrasonic Pest Reject
Ultrasonic Pest Reject, found online at UltrasonicPestReject.com, is a new rodent repellent product which promises that “you will never see another spider or rodent in your house again.”
How Does It Work?
According to their website, the Ultrasonic Pest Reject was developed by a Stanford scientist who was inspired by military frequency technology to use low frequency sound waves which are completely inaudible to pets and humans but which will drive spiders and rodents out of your home.
Their website says they are proud to give consumers a product that is both non-toxic and environmentally friendly but still gives customers the ability to repel mice, rats, spiders, roaches, mosquitoes, and ants. They say that none of these creatures are completely immune to the sound waves, so your home will be completely pest free after just a few weeks of use.
To use, all customers have to do is plug the unit into an outlet and let it work. One unit is appropriate to protect an average sized room; larger areas and spaces may require additional units.
Currently this website is having a promotion where all of their products are sale. The Ultrasonic Pest Reject is priced at $39.95, which is a 50% discount off of their standard retail price. If customers choose to order larger packages of this product, they will receive an additional discount.
This company does say that if their customers are not completely satisfied with their Ultrasonic Pest Reject, they are welcome to take advantage of their 90 Day Guarantee which will provide customers with a full refund, less the cost of Shipping and Handling.
In order for your product to be eligible to be returned, it must be in the same condition that you received it and it must also be in the original packaging. Customers must also include paperwork that shows your full name as well as the email address you used to purchase your order.
Unfortunately the website does not show their customers exactly how their product is packaged, making it impossible to determine if the “original packaging” requirement ultimately means that customers will be unable to try this product for themselves before deciding if they want to return it. Concerned customers will want to contact their Customer Service team for more information.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who would like to contact Customer Service with any questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by email at [email protected]
Unfortunately there does not appear to be many customer reviews of this product at this time, and of the few reviews that are available, they are very mixed. It seems as though the biggest criticisms and concerns about this product is its difficulty in repelling insects – many customers commented that they hadn’t seen any rodents, but that while the number of bugs they were seeing may have been reduced, they were not completely gone.
The biggest concern about this product, however, is their sales technique. Their website and promotional materials make it seem as though this is a revolutionary product which can’t be found anywhere else and is being sold at a “bargain price” of $39.95.
The reality is that ultrasonic pest repellents are actually very popular, can be found at a wide variety of retailers, and are often priced at nearly half of this company’s special discount price. Better yet, many of these other products have lots of positive customer reviews that will make prospective customers feel a little more confident trying them for themselves.
Competitors and Alternatives?
As mentioned above, there are many, many different alternatives to this product which can be found at your local hardware and home products stores, like Home Depot and Lowe’s, as well as on online retailers like Amazon.com.
If you have any experience with this company or their products, please leave your Ultrasonic Pest Reject reviews below.
2 ‘Ultrasonic Pest Reject’ Reviews
Dissatisfied with Product
Have been using this product for many months. We have more than one unit (gifts from our son), located strategically within a relatively small space, to optimize the efficiency of the units.
All summer long, the bugs kept coming.
Near summer's end, a parade of mice began.
Want to know what *really worked?* Peppermint Essential Oil. (Few drops on cotton balls -- also 'strategically located' throughout -- et voila! no more rodents.)
$7 bottle of Peppermint Essential Oil from Big Lots (store near us): much cheaper than $78 of a gimmick that just does not work.
PS: Tried submitting this review with a 'zero' rating; wouldn't permit me to do so. Forced to give it *one* star -- for what? Something that doesn't work at all? Sorry for even that one star; the product did not earn it.