On or about July 7th, I ordered a case of paint from Uneedit.com and they immediately [ and always politely] responded that the product was "back ordered" and "will not be available for shipping until 07/27/12".
They immediately charged my credit card $142.47 [including shipping] but a week or so later, I found another company who had the product and would sell it by the can, and could ship it immediately, provided me with a UPS tracking number, and only then charged my credit card.
Never did business with a company over the internet before that has done otherwise [charge credit card before having the product to ship].
When I tried five  times to cancel my order with UNEEDIT.COM, they ignored my emails until I communicated that I was contacting their state's attorney general's office, consumer protection division as well as the Federal Trade Commission.
Suddenly [poof!] they magically "shipped" the product they would not have for another couple of weeks. They called me and demanded to know who the competitor was and how much they charged for their paint and if I could cancel with the other company because they have already "shipped" the paint to me.
I have tried "continuously" [as they phrased it] to get them to send me a TRACKING NUMBER to prove they had shipped it and they still refuse to provide that information because they still do not have the product. They must be in big financial trouble if they have to charge me a month before the product is even available and if they have to beg me to cancel such a small order to a competitor.
This company's business practices are suspicious at best and deceptive at worse. Caveat Emptor!! Buyer Beware. Once I informed them that I contacted the consumer protection division, they have "offered" to refund my funds. We'll see.
I have the AG's office, Consumer Protection Division to look into this to make sure they refund my funds to my credit card. Guaranteed: They will NEVER be able to provide a Tracking Number because they do not have the product to ship, but were stalling to keep my order active.
Desperation and Deception is not good for business.