- Report: #278357
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Complaint Review: Liquidation
Liquidation1920 L Street, NW, 6th Floor Washington, District of Columbia U.S.A.
Liquidation Another customer ripped off by Liquidation.com on 100% bad memory Washington District of Columbia
They knowingly sell defective ram, the kind you find in the dump bin behind a memory store. Using vague description in the auction (and not disclosing that this memory is actually 100% defective), it gives you the sense that this ram can somehow be re-used or salvaged as they say. When in fact, it is nothing but 100% defective sh_t.
Thanks to some guides on ebay, I found this might be helpful for some kind of action or recourse:
(text below were from a link)
* DC Attorney Generals Office: (www.oag.dc.gov) Click on the Consumer Complaint Form link under Services.
* Federal Trade Commission: (www.ftc.gov) Select the "Consumer Protection" tab and then the File a Complaint tab.
* Better Business Bureau: (www.bbb.org) Under the "FILE A COMPLAINT" heading, select "Business" and follow the steps to file your complaint.
* National Association of Consumer Agency Administrators (NACAA): (www.consumeraction.gov/state) They have links to consumer protection agencies in other states. Just search for your city and state.
Additionally, you can file a dispute via your credit card company and note that the items were defective or not different.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/11/2007 06:36 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Liquidation/Washington-District-of-Columbia-20036/Liquidation-Another-customer-ripped-off-by-Liquidationcom-on-100-bad-memory-Washington-D-278357. 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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