- Report: #840319
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Complaint Review: Radio Code
Radio CodeInternet United States of America
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I was sent a radio code that had too many digits and emailed to say that it was incorrect. I was told by Dean T that i had given them the wrong information or the radio was not the original radio for the vehicle. Given that i have had the vehicle since brand new so i know for certain the radio has never been changed AND i double checked all the information i provided and it was correct it became obvious that this is a scam.
Dean T @ Radio Code also asked me to take a photo of the front sides and back of the unit and send it to them. If i was able to pull the unit out on my own i wouldn't need radio code as i would have the serial number off the back of the unit which is what the dealer needed to get me the code. In a Mercedes you have to have the dealer remove the unit to get the serial number off the back of the unit and the dealer charges excessively for this service.
DO NOT USE THIS COMPANY. THIS IS A SCAM.
I have had a few emails going back and forth lately and have raised a paypal dispute, this morning i received an email from Dean T at Radio Code saying i would receive a refund because they were unable to help me but no refund has been supplied.
I had to go back to my Mercedes dealer and pay the excessive fee to get my code, now i'm out of pocket twice! NOT HAPPY RADIO CODE!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/16/2012 01:39 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Radio-Code/internet/Radio-Code-Totally-Fraudulent-Internet-840319. 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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