Hyla vacuums are sold by what is known as a "multi-level" marketing scheme. Otherwise known as a pyramid scheme, which is illegal in most states.
The company offers to give you the item absolutely free if you provide them with leads and at least five other people from the leads you provide purchase the vacuum.
Of course, the item is an overpriced, garden variety vacuum cleaner that does not live up to the claims that the sales pitch promises.
Also, they supposedly offer the buyer a "free" vacation. As you can imagine, the vacation is not free.
I will be presenting my complaint to an attorney that handles consumer rights cases, and will likely present my complaint to the attorney general of the state of Ohio as well.
Reason of review: Not as described.
Monetary Loss: $2700.
Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution.