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Complaint Review: Millennium Lock
Millennium Lock3776 Greenbriar Dr stafford, Texas USA
Millennium Lock The Ultimate Lock Truly Ripped Off by this Company stafford Texas
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My wife and I were taken to the cleaners by this so called Constable Daniels. He and his wife were doing promotions on their lock and I purchased several locks for my home and office at 179. each! I now see these same locks for 89 dollars and through some third parties for as low as 49 dollars!!
Upon inspection of these locks they are made in China and cheaply done, worth no more then 39-40 dollars each according to two very reliable lock companies in Houston. I cannot believe that Lowes Stores carries these locks and sells them for the outrageous price of 189 & 179 for years in their Stores. Lowes must be a partner or have some interest in ripping off the customer too?
When I called these people they said basically TOO BAD. I’m writing Ripoff to make the consumer aware that these locks are JUNK and these two companies, Lowes and Millennium Lock a/k/a The Ultimate Lock are ripping off the public, plain and simple. BEWARE of these scams. This product should be called the Ultimate rip-off
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/05/2013 11:55 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Millennium-Lock/stafford-Texas-77477/Millennium-Lock-The-Ultimate-Lock-Truly-Ripped-Off-by-this-Company-stafford-Texas-1064623. 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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