- Report: #253490
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Complaint Review: The Digital Nerds - J & J Digital
The Digital Nerds - J & J Digitalwww.thedigitalnerds.com Internet U.S.A.
The Digital Nerds - J & J Digital False Avertisement, bait and switch, pressure sales ripoff Internet
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He then tried to pressure me into buying rechargeable batteries at a high price. Again I refused. He became more insistent that I buy something else.
I informed him that I only wanted the camera and nothing else. He then informed me that I was buying a refurbished camera. I became very upset and told him that I bought a new camera and that there was nothing on his site about the camera being refurbished. He stated that the.re was a code (rb) on the description which meant refurbished. I checked and the code was there but no explanation of what it meant on his site.
He informed me that he was canceling my order as he thought that I was being abusive. I will be checking with my bank tomorrow to make sure that he does not charge my account.
This site was listed as a good vendor on one of the search engines. How can they support this?
Lake In The HIlls, Illinois
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