- Report: #684721
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Complaint Review: Full Circle Wireless
Full Circle WirelessIrvine, California United States of America
Full Circle Wireless LIED-STOLE MONEY-CHEATED Irvine, California
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Full Circle Wireless is a cell phone recycler in Irvine, California. They advertise "purchase" prices for recycled phones on their website. These prices are based on the condition of the phone and whether they are fully functional. As a business, we sent Full Circle Wireless 100 cell phones. These phones were tested and physical inspected before we shipped them out. In the wireless industry, the phones we sent to FCW would be considered "B" stock phones. Meaning, fully functional, no housing cracks and no LCD cracks. Full Circle Wireless, received the phones and 3 weeks later informed us that 67 of the 100 phones, were "D" stock. "D" stock means cracked housings or not operational. Further, in accordance with their website, they will not send the phones back! 67% of the phones we sent them are D stock??? Remember, we already tested each phone prior to send them out and physically inspected each phone! Full Circle Wireless are complete thieves and rip offs and cannot be trusted to send any phone to for recycling!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/20/2011 09:51 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Full-Circle-Wireless/Irvine-California-/Full-Circle-Wireless-LIED-STOLE-MONEY-CHEATED-Irvine-California-684721. 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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