- Report: #194108
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Complaint Review: ShopNBC - Viscom Technology - Jim Peterson
ShopNBC - Viscom Technology - Jim Peterson4064 Peavey Road Chaska, Minnesota U.S.A.
ShopNBC - Viscom Technology - Jim Peterson ripoff, selling DEFECTIVE COMPUTERS, refuse to cooperate while computer still under warranty Chaska Minnesota
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During this fiasco, technical support arranged for a local technician to service the computer, twice, and the problem still existed. Technical support then arranged for the computer to be shipped for in-house repairs. I received the computer a week later, and guess what, the same problem still exist. I have talked to technical support supervisors and ShopNBC representatives to solve my problem and 6 months later I and still without a working computer.
It is obvious that this company and everyone involved are NOT concerned about the consumer and does not have any integrity. The purchase of this computer with problems within 3 months of purchase with consistent problems, unresolved by their on technical support staff, simply means ShopNBC sells defective computers and a complete rip off.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/31/2006 12:56 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/ShopNBC-Viscom-Technology-Jim-Peterson/Chaska-Minnesota-55318-2396/ShopNBC-Viscom-Technology-Jim-Peterson-ripoff-selling-DEFECTIVE-COMPUTERS-refuse-to-194108. 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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