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Kirby Scam Or Dirt Eating Monster

By Paul Hutchings

Ok.. what’s the real scoop. Is there a Kirby Scam or isn’t there? There’s so much conflicting information out there on the internet it’s hard to find the truth. But the truth is what you will find here my friend. Look no further for the answer to your question. You have arrived.

In order to understand the real situation with all the complaints out there on the internet, we have to understand where they are coming from and the rationale behind them.

The kirby scam question can be addressed in 2 parts.

The first area we need to address is that actual company that makes these vacuums. Is Kirby itself, scamming people. This is a relatively easy question to answer as any amount of research will uncover the fact that this business has been around for nearly 100 years. They’ve got happy vacuum owners across the globe and the Better Business Bureau likes them too. ;)

When Kirby claims to make one of the best vacuums on the market… they mean it and they produce. Kirby = Quality and performance on many levels. When it comes to Kirby Corporate – there is absolutely no scam at play.

But what about the Kirby Reps? Are they honest, ethical and above board? In my research, I discovered that the vast majority of the complaints originated with an experience the consumer had with a Sales rep.

What we need to remember here is that Kirby is a Direct Sales company. This simply means that their reps are independent contractors or (to some extent) agents unto themselves. It’s virtually impossible to police an army of thousands of independent contractors down to the minute detail.

If you encounter a Kirby sales rep, remembering a few things will help you avoid being “scammed”.

One oft used trick, is to tell the consumer some very sad story in order to make them feel bad enough for the salesman to go ahead and make the purchase. This is one of the oldest tricks in the book and if you’re wise, you won’t fall for it.

If you do decide that the Kirby vacuum would be a good investment for your family, never, ever pay the initial asking price. You should negotiate for the Kirby Vacuum just like you would a car. Tell em’ the price is too high, make em’ come down and then tell em’ it’s too high again. Do this over and over till you get the best price.

Take my advice and you’ll never have to worry about falling victim to a “kirby scam”.

It’s a great vacuum and if you like super clean carpets you’ll love the Kirby.

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Hutchings, Paul "Kirby Scam Or Dirt Eating Monster." Kirby Scam Or Dirt Eating Monster. 3 Jul. 2010. 24 Dec 2014 <>.

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Hutchings, P (2010, July 3). Kirby Scam Or Dirt Eating Monster. Retrieved December 24, 2014, from

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