- Report: #23084
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Complaint Review: shopNBC, Viscom Technologies
shopNBC, Viscom Technologies4064 Peavey Rd. Chaska, MN 553318 Chaska, Minnesota U.S.A.
shopNBC, Viscom Technologies ripoff warranty lemon-law non-support non-returned phone calls consumer rip-off fraud Chaska Minnesota
Everytime I called they promise to call back withing 72 hrs, which never happens. Cannot use printer (bad USB card and/or ports), sound card (just stopped working), P4ITA motherboard (Device Mgr driver problems related to bundled software).
And the 30GB HD pre-bundled w/WinME and tech support had me Recovery in April,2002 and software has never been the same. ShopNBC delayed me until they rec'd final payment 3-26-02. Contacting ShopNBC telling them I had not finished payments of $2000, and now I have a junk machine, more delays.
Now nearly totally disabled and less than a year old. Viscom immediately jumped to conclusion that I wanted in-home debugging service, instead of hardware replacement. Advertised w/256K RAM and later found RD-RAM (expensive to upgrade).
ShopNBC mis-represented Viscom warranty advertised on TV is a ripoff. Every time you log onto Viscom they want you to upgrade your warranty $ 150 for two more years. Viscom replaced 1 19" Hyundai Monitor, Lexmark replaced 4 X73 printers due to intermittent USB port problems. Would you spend $2000 for a Viscom computer? This is fraud and they didn't observe Lemon-Law.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/20/2002 02:15 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/shopNBC-Viscom-Technologies/Chaska-Minnesota-55318/shopNBC-Viscom-Technologies-ripoff-warranty-lemon-law-non-support-non-returned-phone-call-23084. 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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