- Report: #6916
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Complaint Review: DOGG Digital Audio
DOGG Digital Audio3419 VIA LIDO #249 Newport, California U.S.A.
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they said that they worked for northwest pro audio and they were on a delivery to some doctors house and when they picked up the speakers from the warehouse they workers there gave them to many speakers so they were just going to sell them to somebody and make some money to party with. they said that they weren't aloud to take them back to the store or their boss would freak out.
so they showed us the sticker price on these speakers and they were like 1500 bucks per speaker which is an outragous price to begin with but we ended up buying 2 sets of speakers for 450 bucks and then the nextt week all my buddies start telling me that these same guys stopped them too but it had been months before this. and actually one of my friends bought from these guys! and there is no such place as northwest pro audio it's a huge scam the speakers aren't stolen but they are just plain old speakers with high sticker price and they try to make people think they are getting a good deal! when really they are just getting scammed! so now i got supposidly "5000" dollars worth of speakers in my bedroom they sound fine but still i got scammed! just be careful!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/02/2001 12:00 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/DOGG-Digital-Audio/Newport-California-92663/DIGITAL-AUDIO-2000-huge-scam-cinema-speakers-doggdigitalaudiocom-6916. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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