- Report: #1020908
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Complaint Review: everbuying.com
everbuying.comRoom 201, 2rd Floor, Building 8, Zhongxing Industr Shenzhen, Select State/Province China
everbuying.com sent used & damaged smartphone, no refund Shenzhen, China
The Chinese made, no brand, smartphone they sent me was used and damaged when I got it. There was no additional padding beyond a bubble envelope. The items were not in their original packaging, the battery was charged and there were fingerprints all over the screen. They didn't attempt to disguise their fraud.
When I first started it I got an error message saying "the process com.android.phone has stopped". The phone beeped during calls. I used it for a week and discovered several other damaged or substandard features. They promised a refund which never came. They drag out the process so long that you can't submit a buyer protection claim from PayPal. The site looks very professional and they claim to have excellent buyer protection and customer support. Not true.
These crooks seem to have layers and layers of deceit. One comment said they were sent to a third party for dispute resolution. Another said they used fake security and buyer protection badges. They are members of resellerratings.com, which itself appears to be a sophisticated scam.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/27/2013 08:32 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/everbuyingcom/Shenzhen-Select-StateProvince-518054/everbuyingcom-sent-used-damaged-smartphone-no-refund-Shenzhen-China-1020908. 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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