I ordered a bunch of brake parts for the truck. The parts never came.
I can't get in touch with a real person. Won't respond to emails.
Got ripped off. Time for a credit card dispute. Hopefully this will
There's lots of other 'things' you can do to make them suffer. If I
were you I'd send it off to collections. Small claims court would screw
them good too.
Thanks for the heads up. I'll never buy anything from thease people.
First thing to do is find out what state there Home Office is in. Then
you complain to the authorities, the BBB (which doesn't do much, yet
will log the claim), and report it to your Credit Card Company. You tell
them what you Purchased, the Date, the amounts, the full truth. Normally
after X number of complaints from other customers they will file fraud
charges in the state of the companies home office. The Law & Financial
Institutions Do Care about this stuff. They will HELP You.
Maybe, maybe not...
I work for the phone company around here. For a while I worked at the
highest point in the escalation chain for complaints. Anything that
hit the BBB, FCC or PSC, and all written complaints directed toward the
CEO or any other executive in the company came directly to my office.
Usually within 24 hours too.
I don't know how the BBB will deal with a regarding toward this
company, but they jump on telco complaints and immediately contact the
appeals office for my company.
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